On my first birthday I had already been walking for 3 months. My sturdy bowed legs were something I always blamed on my mother but she said there was no stopping me. Obviously the droopy drawers didn’t slow me down either. Does anyone even remember pinned cloth diapers covered with plastic elasticized bloomer type pants? No wonder kids were easier to toilet train before disposables became so dry and comfy. There’s no motivation to get out of them like there was for this bulky chafing paraphernalia.
The old Kodak box camera had no flash, so photos were taken in bright sunlight streaming through a window, or the subject and the props were simply moved outside. I remember this little three-legged table, one of a pair and eventually used by my grandma shoved up flat against a wall in the sunlight holding potted plants.
This is quite possibly the least attention I ever paid to a cake in my life.
That’s it. Totally done with standing still. My turn to play with the camera.