One Response to “2011 June 2 22 2 30”
What is being said in this photo is “the camera is still there” to which we both turn away,
to interact privately 5 seconds later. My child was on my lap through every commercial break.
I hugged and kissed her and congratulated her for a job well done before she spelled every word.
She was loved throughout and not upset to get out.
You miss the word. So what? You sit down and wait for the cameras to leave, and then you interact.
It’s not called the “hugging, laughing, best looking smiley face for the camera bee.”
The price for privacy is evidently not very kind.
I am in awe of my daughter, and respect her greatly, I am just frozen when they put a
camera in my face, just because you don’t see affection, doesn’t mean it didn’t happen.
How you have portrayed me is possibly that of another parent with better stage personality.
Check the Scripps site for pics of our natural affection when we thought there were no cameras.
You have taken something wonderful, and turned it into something awful.
Bash me if you must, but can you please remove her face from this section?
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