A Boy and his Dog

I’ve recently begun an online course through Clickin Moms called The Magic of Childhood. One of the concept ideas Shalonda Chaddock shares are her All About Me sessions. She has parents fill out a questionnaire prior to the session, which include questions they are meant to ask their child, for example, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” and “What is your favourite thing to do with mommy?” The sessions are geared more to shooting older children, but I like the idea of doing it annually with Kane. Seeing as he isn’t talking yet, I decided his first All About Me session(s) would involve his furry buddy, our 2 year old Golden Retriever, Indy.


Soulmates separated


Kane found Indy’s water dish. He was splashing in it and then tried to drink it. Needless to say, it has been moved.


Indy helps by checking Kane’s diaper.


Kane does attempt to pet Indy, though it tends to look more like pulling his hair. Indy is awesome with Kane.


This is one of their usual positions, Indy’s butt up against Kane.


What’s outside?


Indy guarding Kane (and his boot)


At our favourite dog park


Daddy peeking in. And yes, the windows have been washed since this photo.



Another one of their usual positions, watching the world go by.


This photo kills me. Kane has figured how much fun it is to bang on the table. I was mimicking him. Indy thought I was telling him to get up on the coffee table, so he did.

A few repeat photos from prior posts because they’re just so darn cute!



3 months old

2 thoughts on “A Boy and his Dog

  1. Pingback: Another Boy and his Dog | Kristy Wolfe Photography

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