My Pet Kids

I grew up with dogs. All kinds. Lots of breeds, especially the mixed. In all my years of being a dog lover and knowing how owners end up resembling their pets, I never noticed how our kids could resemble them too.

Similar facial expressions.

Same Haircuts.

Deep thoughts.

Love.

Drama.

Good days and bad.

Is it just me? Or do my kids have a dog’s life? Or is it the other way around, my dogs have a kids life?

Whichever the case, they all live the sweet life of a pet. They look like them. They act like them. They are spoiled and loved. It’s hard to tell them apart and I’m not sure what I’d do without any of them.


Brownie and Bridget, in need of a trim





Salem and Bridget, pondering deep thoughts, head to head. I wonder if they solved World Peace?


Brownie and Sydney with clairvoyant calls of distress. Is it time for a potty break?

By the way….Brownie is now six months old and ten and half pounds!

Also, I got a cloud diffuser for my flash this weekend. Not sure what all that means, I am still figuring it out. But I love these shots. I love the way the light falls. What a dramatic, fun fur family. I mean kid family. Ha.

Happy WW!

12 thoughts on “My Pet Kids

  1. The photos are adorable!! They do resemble, especially when it comes to the cuteness factor! The Salem and Bridget in deep thought moment is priceless and the shaggy bangs that Bridget and Brownie share is too funny!

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  2. The shots of bridget with both dogs are fabulous! I have no idea what a cloud diffuser is but if it helps take amazing indoor photos like these then it sounds like a great idea. I still have not got to grips with indoor photo taking.

    Your photos just keep getting better Angelia.

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  3. I love the pics & the blog! U just keep getting better & better @ both ur writing & ur photography! And, yes, the kids DO resemble the dogs! LOL!!!! I enjoyed this post, sister!

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  4. This is an excellent post. How funny!

    I love it. I think that pets are just like kids. They do the same things. They want what they want and don’t understand why you don’t give it to them. They can pout and make faces. I can completely understand how you are making the connection. No matter which direction it goes — kids —> pets or pets —> kids, I think when you love them and give them attention they tend to act/look the same.

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