Years ago when my wife and I purchased our first digital camera, I quickly began to notice a trend in our photos. Whenever a picture was taken of my daughter Natalie, she always seemed to have a distorted goofy expression on her face.
Being a new technology, I thought that maybe there was some sort of “goofy expression enhancer” setting. But no matter how much I searched, I could find no such setting. I was almost ready to return the camera and get my money back.
Several years and hundreds of goofy faced picures later, I’ve finally come to the conclusion that there is nothing wrong with the camera . . . . There is something wrong with the goofy child.