I carry a camera, or two, or three, or four, wherever I go, since the mid 1960s, and I have accumulated quite a lot of images in my personal photo journals.
I made a practice of handing my camera over to my subjects after I have taken a number of pictures of them. I do this to bring a sense of equality to them, knowing what was fair to me, when taking their image, can be fair for them, as they take an image of me.
A by product of this thinking, has left me with many biographical images of me, as I grew up. So, as I am going through my forgotten negative files, images of me keep popping up. No matter how dorky I was then, and I assure you I was, these images still bring a delight to me.
It seems the least images any photographer has is of themselves.
Next time you have a photo shoot, hand the camera over to your subjects. You will be pleased someday, sooner or later, that you have this collection.
An extra bonus, is your kids will discover you were a lot cooler than they thought a parent could be.
I have posted an example with an image of a young woman and the photo she took of myself in the gallery.