Not yet available, but inspiring nevertheless. This is a prototype camera for kids. There is no screen or viewfinder so the photographer interacts directly with the subject. There is no hiding behind the camera. A built-in stand and mirror allows for self-portraits.
Today was the first day of school and I made a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for my kid. By the end of the year I will have made about 200-some odd peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. My hope had always been that making interesting lunches for my picky eater would encourage her to eat a wider variety of things. What appears to happen is a lot of food ends up in the garbage. Still, our options have slowly grown over the years.
Just now I asked my kids what we did on summer vacation and they replied, earnestly, “Nothing.” Which is weird because I remember a few trips I spent hours packing for and doing laundry after. I also remember several hundred dollars spent on activities and pool admission. Ah, childhood. Getting no good answers from my […]