So, I make headbands in sizes that fit anywhere from newborn babes to full-fledged grown-ups. I can use Little Sister and myself to model most of the bands, but I really want to show the range of sizes, particularly when I am selling a headband in a toddler/girls size. This was great at the photo shoot because Emily's lovely daughter and a friend did some modeling for me, but now, I'm kind of at a loss. All of the kids I have regular access to are boys.
Which leads to my dilemma.
The Boy loves playing make-believe. He also wants to be involved in whatever I'm doing. He also doesn't want Little Sister to get more attention than him. So when I'm taking pictures of Little Sister wearing her headbands for the website, The Boy wants to wear a headband too. "I'm Little Sister," he says, "and this is my flower."
So, since my site involves mostly close-ups of the bands themselves, is it wrong to take advantage of The Boy's willingness to put on a headband and get in front of the camera?
|Who am I?|
|A darling model, regardless...|
And to avoid further confusion for The Boy, do you have a daughter I can take pictures of for my website? There might be a headband in it for you!