Images via Tommy Perez’s Instagram
Talk about playing with your food. Designer Tommy Perez, taught his daughter, Zoe, the alphabet through her favorite treats. In a project called A to Zoe, he doesn’t just use the food as examples for the letter sounds, but uses them to demonstrate the appearance of the letters themselves.
Me and my haphazardly printed out letter flashcards for my daughter’s ABC lessons are ashamed.
It depends on when I met me. As a kid, yes. In my early twenties, not so much. Now, definitely — finally, someone who understands how great my baby is..
Japanese photographer Chino Otsuka’s “Imagine Finding Me” series shows us what happens when you meet your former self. She digitally placed recent images of her into old photographs. It’s eerie, but definitely beautiful.
images from chino.co.uk
Every night, I dream that our hours are spend bringing Pinterest to life. But yeah, she’s one and a half, so… reality.
… is that I overestimate myself. I’m a mommy, not a superhuman.
Rest is good. Sleep is good. Asking for help is ok.
I normally don’t approve of the F word, but I’ll make an exception this time since the wisdom of this philosophy is overpowering.
Presenting, the best parenting style I’ve ever encountered:
This video made me laugh.
My face when I catch my little girl eating some tissue
And then she burps.
Photos by Seth Casteel