So I was going through those 230+ photos that I got all excited about last night and after deleting about 10 that looked like this:

and sorting through about 50 of the following types of photos:

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I decided that my kids are quite handy with the camera.!  Check out the little portrait session the girls had with their favorite animals! (Albeit, stuffed.)

Puppy Wuppy. You know there's a story behind this one, and one day I will share it on the blog - very soon actually as "she" is about to turn ONE! Do you like her lipstick? I think this is the best portrait of the 4 that are to be featured in this layout here. I especially like the character in the background and the way Puppy Wuppy is holding her head so proudly!  Good job girls!! Your photography skills are impeccible for a couple of 6 and 4 yr. olds!

Introducing: Puppy Wuppy. You know there’s a story behind this one, and one day I will share it on the blog – very soon actually as “she” is about to turn ONE! Do you like her lipstick? I think this is the best portrait of the 4 that are to be featured in this layout here. I especially like the character in the background and the way Puppy Wuppy is holding her head so proudly! Good job girls!! Your photography skills are impeccable for a couple of 6 and 4 yr. olds!

Up next we have Sissy Dog. This gal was really cute when she started off because she came with a tutu,  ballerina slippers and bows on her ears if I remember correctly. She’s lookin’ a little banged up now – but … she’s still a family favorite!

This one here is called Floppy. Because of her ears. And because she is a soft little toy that is really quite floppy. So the name fits! I’m so glad she’s a favorite of the girls, because she really is a favorite of mine. I was really tickled to find her photo in THEIR photography session!!  LOL!!

I can’t remember, for the life of me, where this plush horse came from – but … if you can’t tell… that’s what it is – but she is an all time favorite! The girls love to put collar around her neck and then tie a string to the collar and then “gallop” her around the house. It’s really quite funny! This photo didn’t go so well but I wanted it showcased anyway because of all the funny memories this little toy animal conjures up. Right now all 4 friends are tucked away in the “special corner” of Claire and Hannah’s bedroom because earlier when Claire cleaned up her toys she told me that’s where the “good stuffed animals go…the ones she likes the best.” It was so funny. Probably not to you – the reader – but then, you aren’t her mom. So. Whatever.

Anywho! Continuing on with my exploration of the images to be sorted through I came upon the funniest photographs. 120 of them to be exact. I’ll spare you all 120 of them, but I just laughed and laughed at these. Again – Hannah and Claire with the camera capturing things that are important to them – POLLY POCKETS!!!

Don’t you just love it??? Of course, I’m biased. But I think this one is absolutely hilarious.

I thought that I was through but then found out that no – the girls had more adventures in store. They sure stayed busy while I was gone. Apparently if I need to go out of town again, I just need to make sure they have a camera to play with!!  Here’s the last bit of the “useless” part of the 230 photographs: Camping with the Littlest Pet Shop!

Cruisin’ to the campsite…

All set up in their tents!!!

You want to know who was behind most of these messes?  For the most part it was these THREE!!!

So, out of all 233 photos – most of them (around 200 or so) are mostly pictures the girls took messing around the house!! I guess they really didn’t take that many photos while I was gone!!  Oh well!!

Here’s to the best Walston Family Nonsense Post I could come up with … considering the materials available!! LOL!!

Well. It is a pretty nonsensical post.