When Graham was two, he and I arranged his Dr. Seuss collection by spectrum – he thought that was pretty cool, and it hung around for a few months. When opportunity came knocking again, we rose to the occasion. The Island of Sodor has never been the same.
When you have a MacBook Pro delivered, the nice shiny white Apple box comes inside a less shiny brown shipping box. In fact, the Apple box is suspended inside that shipping box by paper corner pads. While I’m stoked that these packaging pieces are recyclable (Apple does pay attention to the impact of its products),… Continue reading MacBook Pro Packaging is the Apple of my Sustainable Eye
Is it a surprise to anyone that the two-year-old is far more brave than the eight-year-old when faced with the dark, twisting tunnels of Fort Moultrie? What a great place to take the kids on a hot summer day – those bunkers are nice and cool!
We have a new tradition emerging here at the Norman house: on New Years Eve/Day we create our favorite things tag cloud! *here’s 2009’s* This year during dinner, we each wrote down some of the things we liked from 2010 (we help the little ones). Then I typed them up and sent them through Wordle.net,… Continue reading Just A Few of Our Favorite Things from 2010
That is what my kids always say when they see a plane fly by – like this one.
Playing front porch dodgeball with the kids delivered these sweet little prints across the beaded planks. I couldn’t resist a quick photo between rounds…
Last weekend, we got to spend some family time together at the studio. The kids always seem right at home on the marley, and I wonder where their feet will take them. Here’s a shot of Zoe and her mom…
First off, a huge happy new year to you all! Today at lunch, Jen, Cooper, Graham, Zoe and I sat around our kitchen table, writing down all of our favorite things from 2009. It was fun reading them out loud, hearing what we had in common, and telling stories from throughout the year. Being a… Continue reading Just A Few of Our Favorite Things from 2009
I took this shot during a family game of hopscotch in the driveway.
Hey, have a look at this dead, ant-filled grasshopper. Spiky legs!