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I DON"T GET OUT OF BED FOR LESS THAN $10,000 A DAY

  
  
  

A while ago, I was asked to bring Domino on a modeling assignment. What fun, I thought. My boys had all done it with me on occasion and it was never life threatening.

Domino, however, decided modeling was not for her. She stuck her thumb in her mouth and refused to be photographed. A replacement daughter was found. A perfect, well mannered, professional 4 year old model.

Last week, Land's End booked me as part of their new campaign. They also thought having Domino with me would be cute.

Filled with trepidation, I agreed. Whilst I was having my hair and make up done, the photographer and crew took all the perfect, well mannered, professional model kids, and Domino, off to test the location and lighting.

Arriving a little while later, I tiptoed over to where the photographer was. He had clearly began the shoot. And there, arms behind her head, legs casually crossed, was Domino, gazing poetically into the camera lens.

Lordy. What have we created?

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She even managed to get herself into the Captain's seat.

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Comments

Too cute! Love the golden glow of the photos!
Posted @ Monday, January 14, 2013 11:31 AM by Adena
India, can't wait to see the outcome of this photo shoot.. if these are the location and lighting testers.. superb!
Posted @ Monday, January 14, 2013 4:23 PM by Jean Wethmar
she even has her toes pointed...the sandals must not be theirs! haha 
such a trouper........and how lovely to see this while she is unaware you did! 
Posted @ Tuesday, January 15, 2013 11:37 PM by Chris Daniels
You created.... Someone that has really good taste and knows what she wants and where she is going! Bravo! And BTW, she is sooooo lucky!!!
Posted @ Wednesday, April 24, 2013 6:55 PM by
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