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Last month we had the pleasure to enjoy what this area is famous for, the Mediterranean and paella, with some of our great friends. Melissa and Marcos stopped in from Miami and our favorite madrileños, Lucia, Paloma, and Juan. Vicent made a paella to kick off their stay followed by a hike to the top of the stunning Penyal d'Ifac in Calpe. Then we headed to the interior for some rock climbing.
Ayer estuve trabajando de ayudante de Megan en una sesión de fotos en la playa. Uno de mis trabajos era cuidar de esta pelota de ejercicios...y miren lo que pasó. No entiendo porque las pelotas se escapan. Creéis que Megan volverá a contratarme ?
Vicent helped out the other day on a shoot at the beach where his sole responsibility was to take care of a bunch of exercise equipment. Has anybody in Ibiza seen our ball?
Four months ago we welcomed this little adorable little baby to the world. The ultimate muse. I don't know how to express the pure joy and love he has brought us.
He had this dark hair and skin like his dad. So tiny. Now he has a beautiful bald head, and just keeps getting bigger and funnier. Vicent and I took him to the beach with Birdie a couple of weeks ago.
Things are pretty quiet around here, for now. We are enjoying the calm that will soon explode into summer, travel, work, work, work, and all with a baby. I can't wait. It's going to be great. I've had a bit of time between diaper changes to review lots of photos from this year. I will try to post more often these little moments from here and there.
Birdie and a pirate boat. Denia, Spain
When Vicent told me he had a project meeting with the Naturadora and Takataka in a country cottage in Benissa I told him I was going with baby Kalaii. They are some of our favorite people on both a personal and professional level. Vicent is so fortunate to be able to work on these fantastic projects with such inspiring people, and I am so lucky they let me crash their business lunches and hang out.
When I was pregnant with Kalaii I got excited to make a mobile for his crib. I had no idea the room we spent so much time painting and thinking about during pregnancy would become an extension of the laundry room after baby's arrival. Since we ended up practicing co-sleeping, we pretty much just go in there to fold clothes. I thought it was about time to check out the crib and the mobile I made (inspired by origami cranes from Antonio and Patricia's wedding).
Morocco is so visually inspiring. The people, the architecture, the light! I have had these photos laying around in the digital wasteland somewhere from a quick trip this summer. More photos from Morocco here, here, and an essay from Fez here. We are missing our friend's traditional Moroccan wedding next weekend in his hometown due to me being very, very pregnant. These photos will have to do.... for now.