The other morning I was sitting and eating breakfast when I thought of an idea for some cute photos of Sadie. (Hopefully I’m not the only one who thinks about taking pictures of my dog while eating breakfast, lol). I had some time sensitive errands to run, so I wouldn’t be able to take the photos until I got home later. But I didn’t want to forget the set up I had in mind, so I figured I would get everything ready really quick before I left the house. I have this pop up cube that I use for a photo backdrop whenever I don’t want anything else to show in the background of my photos. I set up the cube on the floor and put a few props nearby to use in my photos later. Then I went and got dressed and ready for my errands. Once I’m finally set to leave the house, I grab Sadie’s collar, harness, and leash to get her ready to come with me. But Sadie is no where to be found. Normally she comes running when I open the front door, but this time she is no where in sight. So I go looking around the house and finally find Sadie. My little model is sitting in the photo cube, all prepared for a photo shoot. She looks at me like, “Come on Mom. I’m ready for my close up. Where’s the camera?” I’ve gotten her so used to posing for photos that when she sees the pop up cube she knows a photo shoot is about to begin. She’s such a good, cooperative little pup that she assumes her photo shoot position without my even asking!
I love it when I’m looking through old photos of Sadie and I come across one that reminds me of a recent photo. It still amazes me when I look at the photos side by side and see just how much she has changed in two short years!
This post is part of Rascal and Rocco‘s Pet Parade blog hop.