Tuesday, October 28, 2008

HELP!!! Quick

I need your help!!
Is there any one that can tell me some pictures to take at an adoption ceremony. I am told that the judge is going to let me in and allow me to take pictures so I want to take full advantage of that privilege. I only have a couple ideas, but I have never been to an adoption, it will be for a baby of about four months and I need ideas QUICKLY! I have to do this at 11:00 a.m. on Wed. So call all your friends, get opinions and get a hold of me quickly!!! Your comments will pop up on my email but I need help asap!
THANK YOU!!!

7 comments:

Lisa @ Stop and Smell the Chocolates said...

I would help if I could, but I have no idea! All I can think of is to take pics of everybody as they are standing and the Judge reading whatever. And a pic of the family in the courtroom. If you can manage to get in a position where you can see the faces of the parents as it becomes official - I bet the emotion in their faces would be a sweet pic. Would the Judge take a pic with them - LOL?

Hope you get the help you need!

Sage said...

My daughter had pictures taken of them with the child and the judge, but just pictures of the parents and child could be enough. Wish I could be of more help, but I don't have a clue what to tell you! We didn't even have pictures taken when we adopted our four kids!

Mental P Mama said...

Take pictures of everything you can imagine, and then edit. But I keep thinking of the judge and his signature....

Memaw's memories said...

The judge and his signature is a great idea.

How about the judge holding the baby and the signed paper.

Or of him handing both to the parents like he's handing the baby over to them.

And maybe a group picture of parents, baby, judge and the attorney who represents them.

My daughter works for an adoption attorney. I'll IM her and see if she has any ideas.

Memaw's memories said...

My dau says they have people taking pictures often, but time is usually short, but they always take one of the judge holding the baby.

She didn't have any other suggestions.

Tonjia said...

uh oh.. I missed the whole thing! How was the adoption?

Just Joni said...

As long as you captured the smiles and loving expressions that's all you need...hope it went well!