Oh Danny Boy, the tuba pipes are calling you. Last week…..week before that? I can’t remember. Everything is blending into one another. I’ve been working from home and the days are all fuzzy. Is today Monday? Friday? Am I eating tuna or cat food? I DON’T KNOW!!!!! There was a day, earlier, when things were better and I was out of the house and the sun was shining on my face and I was sitting in the passenger seat of our car. Jade was driving…..no, I was driving….we were heading to my friend Danny’s house. His son and daughter are both talented talent. They do acting and modeling. Stud muffins. Serious babes (I mean kids, not…….the other….).
Aiden and Abigail. LOOK AT THESE FACES!!! Try saying no to them.
I will…..if they ask to have a bite of my candy bar. I’ll say, “you probably get everything you want because you’re beautiful and I’m going to teach you a lesson. Lesson one. Getchyer own candy bar.”
Aiden has been in the acting community for several years now and needed new headshots because his baby teeth all fell out, lost their grip, whatever, and his big teeth came in. BUT, don’t worry. They fit his child head perfectly and I think he’ll be fine.
We took Aiden around the neighborhood and shot him against some cool buildings while we toted around his skateboard and he toted around a strange beetle that he’d found. I loved watching him play with it. He LITERALLY carried it around with him for about 45 minutes. It made me remember being a kid and being amazed by insects. I had a friend that drowned ants – he’d throw them into buckets of water and watch them descend. I always thought that was strange. Not Aiden. He carefully carried the beetle, which he probably later named Bailey, from one location to the next. When it was time to shoot, he had his dad hold onto it and it was really cool because Danny was super careful not to let Bailey get away. Aiden said that when they got home he was going to put Beetle Bailey in a small cage and Danny asked him if he meant a cup.
I would hate to live in a cup…..or a cupboard……or a shoe. That one chick lived in a shoe for a very long time and supposedly she even had children but not a husband.
Speaking of shoes…….check out these awesome kicks.
When we got back to Danny’s place we went out back and fired a few rounds off with the charming and beautiful Abigail. I think she looks 8-10 in these photos but she’s actually somewhere between 4 and 6. I can’t remember which.
They were both extremely easy going and I am being paid by Danny to say that if you would like some child actors, these are the two to use. They play brother and sister roles with incredible ease and they also play a very young married but platonic couple pretty well.
Oh, Danny boy. It looks like your kids have new headshots. Let us know when Aiden’s hair starts falling out (like mine) and we’ll update them again!