My little daughter has so much energy.
Jade’s my wild flower.
She’s the wildest rose.
Sometimes Jade likes to make different brush marks all over the page.
I love this approach — especially when she uses different colours.
It’s always interesting to photograph different sections. Below are some examples:
I used to have a lot … now … not so much.
My wife is Asian and has long, beautiful straight hair.
The question is still out there … Will Jade keep her curls?
Jade is over 3 and she hasn’t had her hair cut yet.
My wife doesn’t want to part with those cute baby curls (photo below).
Personally, I think Jade will keep some wave.
If her hair dries naturally, the curl will come out.
Otherwise, the blow drier will flatten it out.
My wife doesn’t believe me. But then again, she never does (haha).
One day, I’ll see the stormy waves along the coast of Vancouver Island. One day …
Creating a “rainbow” blend of leaves along our fence (inspired by Andy Goldsworthy).
1. Sorting our leaves.
2. Stacking and “blending” the colour.
3. The pile is organized to create “rainbow” blend.
4. Leaves are put on the fence (background).
5. A detail of the colourful leaves on the wire fence.
With all my heart, I love you Jade.
Detail of crayon and watercolour.
It’s cool in the air and very beautiful outside.
Your heart has a voice. Listen.
I scribbled the crayons on newsprint and Jade splashed the colour.
Today was VERY HOT … And Jade LOVED the sprinkler!