Baby modeling isn't an exclusive art - nor is it as potentially fraught with danger as modeling opportunities for older children or adults.
Unlike modeling aspirations of someone older - a teenager or an adult - a baby-modeling career doesn't demand that tiny one stand out among crowd. She or he doesn't have to have pearliest smile, greatest physique, wiggliest walk or any of those accoutrements that older model wanna-be's must have to be chosen from ranks of competitive hordes.
After all, how many babies do you see that aren't just down right adorable? Yours certainly, isn't that right?
As for danger, you're right there with your little tyke as she or he goes through motions, or words, or as she or another holds him. Your infant or toddler is protected by those who have most vested interests in his or her protection - mom and dad.
So how do you get your baby started in a modeling career? Or at least a few modeling gigs?
First, your baby must get noticed. You can help with that by entering your wee one in as many baby photo or modeling contests as you can find. Nor do you need to commit a ton of time and travel. Many Web sites, such as Baby Zone, host contests.
Baby Zone gives away hundreds for infant or toddler winner of each month's themed photograph contest. The money is not best part of winning, however. The sponsors - folks who cough up winner's dough - are very people that you want noticing your child. These sites, vendors and publications - Breyla, Baby Slumber, Babies 'R' Us, for example - are always on lookout for a new diaper-laden diva to tout their wares.