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5-Year-Old Posing As the Most Influential Women in History

Photographer Jaime Moore was looking for inspirational ideas to celebrate her daughter Emma’s 5th birthday, and ended up photographing her beautiful girl posing as some of the most influential women in history. Jaime chose 5 women for Emma to impersonate, and thus her daughter became the mini version of Coco Chanel, Susan B. Anthony, Amelia Earhart, Helen Keller and Jane Goodall.

“I had been searching everywhere for new-creative inspiration for her 5yr pictures. I noticed quite a pattern of so many young girls dressing up as beautiful Disney Princesses. It started me thinking about all the REAL women for my daughter to know about and look up too, REAL women who without ever meeting Emma have changed her life for the better,” says Jaime. “I wanted her to know the value of these amazing women who had gone against everything so she can now have everything. So let’s set aside the Barbie Dolls and the Disney Princesses for just a moment, and let’s show our girls the REAL women they can be,” she explained.

If you like this, check out the photos Bill Gekas – he recreates classic paintings with his 5-year-old daughter. You might also like the crazy photos of Jason Lee and Dave Engledow.

Website: jaimemoorephotography.com, facebook

Susan B. Anthony

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Amelia Earhart

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Coco Chanel

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Helen Keller

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Jane Goodall

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Emma

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  • Silke Gamma

    According to Jaime Moore’s website, these are “five amazing and strong women” which is certainly true. Boredpanda turned it into “The Most Influential Women in History”, which is clearly not true.
    Anyway, nice pictures…

  • Carmen Aguilera Garrido via Facebook

    me encantan….

  • Eveline Herzog via Facebook

    beautiful

  • http://www.facebook.com/lexi.ledger.7 Lexi Ledger

    Inspiring and beautiful. The last quote touched me deepest – I remember
    being so disappointed as a child when I realised I would not grow up to
    look like Barbie!

  • Heather Holtslander

    I wanted the last one to be “Jaime Moore”.

  • =/

    These pictures are really nice and the message is even better, yet you people are debating about the women left out and even worse and off topic, the “signatures”. Let me clear up the “e” vs “c”. These are not real signatures people, it’s a typography font. Look at the e in helen keller, chanel, jane, and the word real, they all look like a c if you don’t look closely. Get over it already and put the focus back on the topic at hand. As to “the most influential women” maybe that’s an overstatement, maybe it’s just one persons personal list, who cares. These women are important to our history and they are being honored and remembered. This little girl is learning an important lesson and she and her mother chose to share it with us, can’t we be happy with that?

  • Sheramy

    This is adorable! I think a picture of her imitating her own mother would complete it. Motherhood is the most influential role a woman can have. “How can it be broad to be the same thing to everyone, and narrow to be everything to someone?”–G.K. Chesterton. Again, beautiful work!

  • SophieTheBagel

    What a very cool idea.

  • Ander

    Where’s Ellen Ropley?

  • Ander

    Argh!! Where’s Ellen Ripley?