Saturday, December 30, 2006

Kelly & Tom

The other day we shot engagement portraits for Kelly and Tom. We shot at the Old Boston Public Library and then strolled across the street to the Copley Church.

Kelly and Tom are awesome. We had a great time shooting. Fun, relaxed, couldn't have gone better.

Here is a LINK to their shots.

Here is a preliminary ALBUM we put together:

Thanks guys!

Monday, December 25, 2006

Christmas Eve

We spent Christmas Eve with Auntie Nanda, Uncle Marc-ee, and Baby Jane. We called our mother and she asked us to get a picture of all of us together. I don't usully like posed shots, group shots especially. But one thing I love is pictures of people assembling to get their picture taken- shots of them waiting around until everyone is ready. Like the first shot above.

The second shot was an in between shots shot. Sara is aware that I'm shooting but the kids aren't.

The last shot is our official group shot. The camera was on a table and I shot using the self timer.

More of today's pictures HERE

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Lighting the Menorah

At CoHousing we celebrate everything and try to be faith inclusive. Last Monday we decorated a Christmas tree in the common house and today we lit the Menorah. All the kids took turns playing with fire.

More of today's pictures HERE

Monday, December 11, 2006

Lights, Ornaments, and the Smell of Pine :)

This is the first year since Dash's birth that we got a real tree. Man, what a difference! I love the smell and the look. The kids had a great time putting up ornaments.

We even got a couple of robot ornaments. They will serve in our robot army (that we are amassing to take over the world) but they will be covert agents. They will stay in the basement in the box marked "Xmas Ornaments" until the uprising.

More of today's pictures HERE

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Magali Likes My Treo

Sara and I ditched Cingular for Verizon Wireless. Supposedly, it has the highest customer satisfaction and it has the best coverage for Boston. For the first time, we can use our cell phones IN our apartment rather than having to run out into the yard to get a signal.

We got Treos which are cell phones and palm pilots in one. Now instead of having to carry my "brain" and my phone I carry one. Of course I still have to carry my ipod and pager for work. How about it science? Anyway, for some reason I usually first decide to install cool applications that the kids will like and THEN think about whether or not it is a good idea for the kids to be playing with this thing.

They write notes that say "hug papa" and then set an alarm to go off in five minutes. Then they look at the note and guess who gets hugs? Not Sara. She doesn't let them play with hers. :)

More of todays pictures HERE