You need to exist in photographs with your babies. Your children need to be able to look back & know that you were there with them. There is always a good excuse not to do it. We all want to wait until we loose 10 pounds/get a good night's sleep/have had a chance to put on makeup/are wearing a shirt that the baby hasn't spit up on... There are always a million reasons to avoid being in front of the camera with your children, but there are some very real, very powerful reasons to make it a priority and it doesn't matter whether your baby is 2 months, 2 years, or already all grown up. They aren't going to look back and think, "Gee, Mom really needed her roots touched up." They are going to remember how much you loved playing with them, how gentle you were, how beautiful you looked when you smiled at them. When you look back in 30 years that's all you'll see too. Promise.