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I'm His Amy He's My Rory 2 kids; Caldwell, Idaho 49340 posts
7th Jul '13
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. , Richmond, VA, United States 75033 posts
7th Jul '13
Quoting I'm His Amy He's My Rory:" I'm always battling my mom when she buys snacks for Rory. She thinks he needs fruit snacks.. NO. He ... [snip!] ... He can have cheese, crackers, greek yogurt, fruit, etc. And my dad gave him Mt Dew at like 3 or 4 months. I WAS FUCKING LIVID!"

:o What in the...? Oh hell no, I would have been pissed too. I don't get why people think it's cute to give babies shit like that.

I'm His Amy He's My Rory 2 kids; Caldwell, Idaho 49340 posts
7th Jul '13
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HamHam 18 kids; India 3485 posts
7th Jul '13

It's not abuse, but I do think the connection she makes between one of the pics and how she feels about state of the country/politics/govt is rather far-fetched and stupid. I get that it's her feelings but I figured if she's trying to think critically about her art, then she'd say something about how we raise children, the nature of children, what the act of taking something away from a child ( and theor response) says about how we treat children or something along those lines.

justanothamotha Due January 20; 130 kids; Climax, Michigan 5120 posts
7th Jul '13
Quoting Jas ♥:" Looking at those pics actually made me sad but I am a weak sauce when it comes to crying children. Knowing that they were really upset over something made it worse. That was mean as hell."

That is how I felt. I think it's mean spirited. If you want to express something, express it. Don't be mean to kids so they can express your outrage/upset.



If she was going to edit them into looking like paintings she may as well have hired an actual painter to create the images she wanted. Those don't even look like photos to me.

JΔ$ Georgia 76362 posts
7th Jul '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting I'm His Amy He's My Rory:</b>" I didn't compare my kid to anyone else's in a manner of expectations of how others should behave. I ... [snip!] ... Everyone has different expectations in their family of the children, and we don't accept fits over things, especially candy."</blockquote>



Uh huh. Dude, you have a ONE year old. That's like me seeing a two year have a melt down (normal) and saying "I'm glad my 6 month old doesn't act like that."

user banned California 36390 posts
7th Jul '13

It's not abusive but it's pretty fucking shitty

Nicola. 2 kids; Huntsville, AL, United States 8139 posts
7th Jul '13

Well, it isn't abuse but it is silly, to me.



I do not like children being used for anything related to politics/government. These children are crying because of a lollipop not because of this photographers personal feelings towards Government. I think she should find a different avenue for her thoughts.



The pictures were very nicely done, though.

Destinite 1 child; 2 angel babies; Paradise, FL, United States 31612 posts
7th Jul '13

I think capturing raw emotions can be very beautiful and touching. I thought the pictures were beautiful and sad at the same time.

Gosloving 1 child; Washington 12831 posts
8th Jul '13

How old is the kid? He DOES NOT look like a baby.

NopeNotGonnaDOIt 6 kids; Cuba 3000 posts
8th Jul '13

wow what remarkable pictures. I loved the series, does make you think how many adults feel at their core, perhaps when they don't get their way. As far as it being abuse, no I don't think so. And as long as the parents were OK with what was happening then why bother making a stink if it's not your kid?

yo moyo 1 child; Ishim, Russian Federation 1335 posts
8th Jul '13

I'm kinda surprised that the kids had such an emotional reaction to the lollipop taken away. But I liked the pics, and I would be ok if my son participated in the photo shoot

⚓Misty⚓ 4 kids; Keenesburg, Colorado 7276 posts
11th Jul '13

I liked the photos & think they're very beautiful. I don't really see the government thing she was going for but I still liked them. On the left-hand of it were my baby I would feel horrible making them cry. The thing I thought was odd was that none of the kids had shirts on