The Tiger Family Photoshoot

6660267355_c1f8412e1e_oIf you have a baby, the golden rule is the minute that little bundle of poop joy can smile, you HAVE TO take him / her to a professional photographer and shell out a small fortune to have family pics taken.

If you don’t do this, print the pics out on canvas and block-mount them in the most visible place in your house, you are a total failure as a parent.

People will judge you, especially other parents who are pissed that they went ahead and dropped a couple of thou on their family photoshoot and you have the audacity not to follow suit.

When you’re a teenager you have to deal with peer pressure, which is bad enough, but once you’ve bred you graduate to “parent pressure”, which is about 1000 times worse.

J-Rab is smart as hell though and came up with a brilliant plan to get some amazing family photies without having to hire a professional photographer – hell, without even having to leave our flippin HOUSE YO!

We just set up her camera in our spare room, balanced it on some books, set the self-timer and fired away.

It worked well because we were totally relaxed and could take as many pics as we wanted. If you’re a new parent and have a half-decent camera, I would highly recommend going this route rather than hiring a pro.

Check it:








There were others I also loved but I’ll save them for Facebook. In fact, many would argue that this entire post should have been saved for Facebook but those people are jerks.

I’m proud of our little family. J-Rab and I have come a very long way to get to this point, we’ve braved some rough seas and have come out the other side stronger for it.

And I’m especially proud of my little girl. She’s changed so much in the 4 short months since she was born as the pic below, taken when she was a few weeks old, perfectly illustrates:



How I got so lucky I’ll never know. What I do know though is that I will fight tooth and nail for my girls to provide for them, care for them and keep them safe.

That’s all that really matters. Everything else takes a backseat once you bring a new life into this world.

The game has changed. I have changed and I swear to God, life couldn’t be better Winking smile


6 Responses to “The Tiger Family Photoshoot”

  1. January 9, 2014 at 2:52 pm

    In that first pic baby is like “oh man, why haven’t my parents sprung for the pro photographer? These chumps”

    She seems to get into it though! Nice one guys, great idea. Hope the cat has recovered too!

  2. January 9, 2014 at 3:32 pm

    T your cub has facial expressions that look JUST like her daddy. And yes, J-Rab is a proper hottie. Lucky fella.

  3. January 10, 2014 at 2:27 am

    Hey dude such an amazing post

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