Preparing the baby: Photographer creates real picture of a child yawning while getting ready for bed

Preparing the baby: Photographer creates real picture of a child yawning while getting ready for bed

A quick snap of a baby holding her tummy at dinner time is often enough to suggest that this little one doesn't go to bed till the early hours.

But this is not a little girl, it is a professional snapper.

And the tots image was captured by mother Emilie Dittrick, 31, who has built her home 'shelter-like' play area for her one-year-old daughter by simply ripping up some parts of her kitchen.

Preparation: Emilie Dittrick (left), 31, has built her home 'shelter-like' play area for her one-year-old daughter by simply ripping up some parts of her kitchen

Ms Dittrick, from Los Angeles, gave birth to her daughter Tallulah Joyce in September 2017 after the pair competed together in a reality show called Splash Sisters.

'She's just a happy, good girl,' she said. 'As a stay-at-home mom, I think that there is more to parenting than feeding them and changing them.

'I love being able to nurture her spirit. If a parent or a friend sees me giving Tallulah something as simple as letting her pull the door knob, or as complicated as writing her name on a bath ring, they are immediately entranced.

Well made: The tots image was captured by mother Emilie Dittrick, 31, (right), who has built her home 'shelter-like' play area for her one-year-old daughter (left) by simply ripping up some parts of her kitchen

A one-year-old baby obviously has very busy eyes

'It's the most rewarding feeling.'

Ms Dittrick noted that Tallulah 'has the most fascinated look on her face' whenever she removes something from her world, whether it be a placemat, a book, or even the television remote control.

'Whenever the house is empty, Tallulah can stay, and there is something about it that makes her smile,' she said.

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