I had zero prompts done as of yesterday morning. I hit a mental snag with this one...but it was a great set of prompts. It didn't help that I'd hardly had time to devote to photography last week. Luckily, Saturday, and a trip to the Hartford Science Center, got me back on track.
Time to Eat
We went to one of my favorite sushi places last night and, of course, I brought along my camera. The entire building is lit solely by red lights, so my pictures are rather crazy-looking. On the bright side, I will be strengthening my editing skills as I attempt to fix them. I left this one slightly red because I like the in the moment feel of it. Jared was absolutely determined to eat his entire meal with chopsticks. Including his rice. I've never seen someone concentrate more during a meal. It was really cute to watch.
Mario made this bowl in his glassblowing class last year. I love it so much that I claimed it as my own. I keep all my morning essentials in it rather than letting them clutter up the surface of my dresser (well, that still happens sometimes). This is definitely my getting ready bowl.
This photo was taken yesterday at the Science Center. As you play with the different instruments, you get to watch the music you are creating in wavelengths on a screen. He was so engrossed. To see your kiddo really fascinated by something is pretty amazing...which is why these types of photos hold a special place in my heart. I'm not sure he even knew I was there.
Mario left last night, so I had the bed to myself. Or so I thought. I woke up to this sleepyhead laying on the pillow next to me. In a rather human-like way, actually.
Jared has a whole bucket of rubber ducks in varying sizes and styles that were collected throughout his younger years. Occasionally he will take them out to the hot tub and soak surrounded by duckies.