I thought I’d post a wee kiddie session that was fun and colorful that I did just recently…
To raise some funds for my Walk MS efforts (the walk is in a week!!), I have been offering mini sessions. I think this was our first truly warm and sunny Spring Day here in Seattle; if you’re from here, you know that means while we have clear skies and sun, it could well be just in the 60’s, and suddenly everyone and their grandmother is out in shorts and T-shirts, and busting out the SPF.
For some 4 year-old’s pics, we went over to Queen Anne to Bhy Kracke Park (yes, really), where there’s a small playground with a path that leads up to another area where you have insane views of Seattle – from Lake Union to downtown to the Space Needle and West of that. That’s quite the panorama. Our Spiderman did some wall-balancing with the skyline behind him, and then we went to Wallingford for some wicked bunny mural shots (appropriately it was Easter Sunday) by Archie McPhee. It’s just about the coolest store ever, where you can find everything from unicorn masks to yodeling pickles and toupee tattoos. Sadly the holiday meant it was closed but I at least didn’t have to drag my son in there (he’s always worried that the freaky Halloween decorations will still be everywhere) or have to drag him out (because there are way too many sweets and plastic toys to tempt him with).
I’m still fundraising for the walk, so if you do want to stop by my fundraising page and sponsor my TENTH year of doing it, please do!! Raising money for the National MS Society is a super important cause for me, and every dollar helps; my story and why I keep on doing the walk is all on my page. I truly appreciate the support.
Must go and edit baby photos; hoping to do cat photos next week! Busy and tired but must keep on…
xo ~ K
“A bee is never as busy as it seems; it’s just that it can’t buzz any slower.” ~ Kin Hubbard
2 thoughts on “Photo Session Blog: Spidey in Seattle”
Good job K!!! Remember to take a break and rest sometime. (yes, I know this coming from someone who usually throws herself 150% when she’s up to something!) Hugs. Sharon
It’s hard, isn’t it??! Overdoing it + emotional stress always makes my MS kick in. At least doing the walk it’s for a good cause, but quite ironic when the walk causes an exacerbation (as it’s done before!). I have a long way til I hit my goal this year though since I’m behind… And hugs back!