Photographer Jaime Moore‘s daughter Emma recently turned 5 years old. Naturally, being a photographer, Moore wanted to commemorate the event for her daughter by putting together a cute photo shoot for her, so she turned to the Internet for inspiration.
Much to her chagrin, however, something like 95 percent of the ideas she ran into were actually the same idea: how to dress up your 5-year-old as a Disney Princess. Moore wasn’t keen on that, so she went another way. Instead of dressing her daughter up as a made up ideal, an “unrealistic fantasy” as she put it, she chose to dress and pose her daughter as some of the greatest women throughout history.
The point was to convey to little Emma that she could be anything she wants to be. As Moore explains it on her blog
“My daughter wasn’t born into royalty, but she was born into a country where she can now vote, become a doctor, a pilot, an astronaut, or even President if she wants and that’s what REALLY matters.”
The resulting photo series has Emma dressed and posed as five influential women from the history books, with a presidential photo thrown in at the end. [x]
If I ever had a daughter though….
Nothing sexier than a man who knows exactly what he wants..
The way his body moves asdhdnskkskd 😍
- 1 container whipped cream (not the kind in the squirty jar), thawed
- 8 ounces cream cheese, softened
- 18 Peanut Butter Oreo cookies, plus 4
In a ziplock bag, whack the cookies around a bit so that they are broken into large chunks. I like to use a rolling pin and let out some frustrations. Don’t go haywire though, you don’t want crumbs, yet.
In another bag with remaining Oreo’s, beat the living day lights out of things for a fine cookie crumbly topping.
In a large bowl, whip cream cheese until light and fluffy. Fold in the whipped cream and cookie chunks.
Pour mixture into popsicle molds or wax lined disposable cups. Gently pat down to make sure all air bubbles are filled in. Insert your wooded craft sticks and sprinkle cookie crumbs on top, pressing gently with your fingers.
Freeze for at least 4 hours.
Remove pops from molds and enjoy.
To make this dessert “healthy”, you could use light whipped cream and low fat cream cheese.
unless u were a poor immigrant kid than this was literally the saddest week of the entire year
awwwww ^ ;-;
nah I was just a poor white kid