This morning I showed Sofia that people really like the pics she is in and not so much the ones she’s not – she was really flattered.
Photos have been difficult over the years as she likes, but doesn’t like having photos and so they are just snap shots when I’m allowed. But today I asked her how she felt about being the official face of Adventure With Autism- she said ok, but that she didn’t really know what that meant and started feeling a bit self conscious.
So we went out for a ride and I started talking about pictures, and she started feeling pressured. So I found a nice spot and told her what to do – and BOOM! A few lovely pics and a beaming Sofia because she realised it was really easy – she didn’t have to know anything or really do anything and still looked great!
Sofia doesn’t really like me telling you this much information because she feels self conscious about it as well, but she says ok to publish as it helps her practise letting people know about her experience with autism.
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2 thoughts on “The Face of Adventure”
My son likes having his picture taken but it’s hard to get him looking natural as he insists on saying, “Cheese,” for every shot he’s aware of.
Keep taking lots of photos – I’m sure he will get grow out it 🙂