I quickly wanted to share the results of our fun photo shoot with Dave Estep of EstepWorks. He’s a friend, a former co-worker, and an incredibly talented creative photographer here in Seattle. Can’t recommend him enough. He’s so laid back and kind, and his happy brand of creative genius seems effortless in the best possible way. Honestly, I was so confident in his abilities that we really did minimal prep. We didn’t make ourselves look fancy, with the exception of Cody’s button-up shirt. I made sure we didn’t clash and I put on a bit more make-up than usual (the usual being none), but I didn’t shower, barely combed my hair, and my jacket was covered in lint. But that’s us. I knew Dave would present us, as we really are, in a beautiful light. And he did. We’ll treasure these photographs for a long, long time. Thanks so much, Dave.
Check us out on EstepWorks’ blog.
In unrelated but also fabulous news, Stella’s vision therapy progress evaluation (this morning’s eye exam, after three months of patching and vision therapy) took place this morning. I wrote about it over at Little Four Eyes. I’m proud of Stella and her hard-earned progress, while also steeling myself for more hard work. We need to get that left eye up to 20/20. We can do it.
I’m off to make some more modern paper ornaments before bed. They’re taking over our home, and I like it. Happy holidays!