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- A few things about 20 month old Dot I want to remember: 1. Every morning before she’s even out of her pjs Dot brings me these canvas @smalllotco shoes to put on. She doesn’t like them with socks, which would make a whole lot of sense in the winter, but it’s CA so 🤷🏼‍♀️ This girl knows what she wants 2. Calling Henry ‘Hiya’, Edie ‘Ee’, and whispering ‘rice’ 3. How she sits in her swing in the playroom for hours demanding you to bring her one toy at a time until she’s buried beneath them and then throws them at you 😂 4. How she’ll wipe her snotty nose on your shirt, point at it, and then laugh at you. Jokes on us 😏, she’s holding ALL the cards. Oh man, love this girl sooo much! One piece from @shopbitte, hat from @briarhandmade, shoes from @smalllotco) #missdottiemay
- A few things about 20 month old Dot I want to remember: 1. Every morning before she’s even out of her pjs Dot brings me these canvas @smalllotco shoes to put on. She doesn’t like them with socks, which would make a whole lot of sense in the winter, but it’s CA so 🤷🏼‍♀️ This girl knows what she wants 2. Calling Henry ‘Hiya’, Edie ‘Ee’, and whispering ‘rice’ 3. How she sits in her swing in the playroom for hours demanding you to bring her one toy at a time until she’s buried beneath them and then throws them at you 😂 4. How she’ll wipe her snotty nose on your shirt, point at it, and then laugh at you. Jokes on us 😏, she’s holding ALL the cards. Oh man, love this girl sooo much! One piece from @shopbitte, hat from @briarhandmade, shoes from @smalllotco) #missdottiemay
- A few things about 20 month old Dot I want to remember: 1. Every morning before she’s even out of her pjs Dot brings me these canvas @smalllotco shoes to put on. She doesn’t like them with socks, which would make a whole lot of sense in the winter, but it’s CA so 🤷🏼‍♀️ This girl knows what she wants 2. Calling Henry ‘Hiya’, Edie ‘Ee’, and whispering ‘rice’ 3. How she sits in her swing in the playroom for hours demanding you to bring her one toy at a time until she’s buried beneath them and then throws them at you 😂 4. How she’ll wipe her snotty nose on your shirt, point at it, and then laugh at you. Jokes on us 😏, she’s holding ALL the cards. Oh man, love this girl sooo much! One piece from @shopbitte, hat from @briarhandmade, shoes from @smalllotco) #missdottiemay
- The last two years I’ve taken a break during the month of January to pull back from producing content on Say Yes and sit in coffee shops focusing on big picture direction, content strategy, and brand partnerships. I love it. But my very favorite part of January is playing around with creative projects that I can’t seem to find time for during the other 11 months of the year. We have some big empty walls in the playroom that are begging for some oversized engineering prints (only $4 to print a 24 x 36). I let the kids art direct, picking an outfit and favorite things they want to shoot with. Henry chose his electric guitar this afternoon for his shoot (and just wait for Edie’s sequin number). Excited to get these blown up and framed. January, take your time. I think you’re my new favorite month 👊🏼
- The last two years I’ve taken a break during the month of January to pull back from producing content on Say Yes and sit in coffee shops focusing on big picture direction, content strategy, and brand partnerships. I love it. But my very favorite part of January is playing around with creative projects that I can’t seem to find time for during the other 11 months of the year. We have some big empty walls in the playroom that are begging for some oversized engineering prints (only $4 to print a 24 x 36). I let the kids art direct, picking an outfit and favorite things they want to shoot with. Henry chose his electric guitar this afternoon for his shoot (and just wait for Edie’s sequin number). Excited to get these blown up and framed. January, take your time. I think you’re my new favorite month 👊🏼
- The last two years I’ve taken a break during the month of January to pull back from producing content on Say Yes and sit in coffee shops focusing on big picture direction, content strategy, and brand partnerships. I love it. But my very favorite part of January is playing around with creative projects that I can’t seem to find time for during the other 11 months of the year. We have some big empty walls in the playroom that are begging for some oversized engineering prints (only $4 to print a 24 x 36). I let the kids art direct, picking an outfit and favorite things they want to shoot with. Henry chose his electric guitar this afternoon for his shoot (and just wait for Edie’s sequin number). Excited to get these blown up and framed. January, take your time. I think you’re my new favorite month 👊🏼
- Three bits of good news: 2017 is over (2018 can only be better, right??), Ultra Violet is the Pantone color of the year (when I was 16 I painted my room this entire color), and sharing Say Yes highlights from 2017 on the site today. It made me realize what a killer year it’s been for us: new hires, a pretty new home studio, more travel than I’ve ever done, lots more video projects and some great long term brand partnerships. Aaaand last but not least...a new rebranded, redesigned site that’s been like 3 years in the making (🤦🏼‍♀️) but that I’m super in love with. Feeling good about sprinting into the new year with such a great year behind us!
- Three bits of good news: 2017 is over (2018 can only be better, right??), Ultra Violet is the Pantone color of the year (when I was 16 I painted my room this entire color), and sharing Say Yes highlights from 2017 on the site today. It made me realize what a killer year it’s been for us: new hires, a pretty new home studio, more travel than I’ve ever done, lots more video projects and some great long term brand partnerships. Aaaand last but not least...a new rebranded, redesigned site that’s been like 3 years in the making (🤦🏼‍♀️) but that I’m super in love with. Feeling good about sprinting into the new year with such a great year behind us!
- Three bits of good news: 2017 is over (2018 can only be better, right??), Ultra Violet is the Pantone color of the year (when I was 16 I painted my room this entire color), and sharing Say Yes highlights from 2017 on the site today. It made me realize what a killer year it’s been for us: new hires, a pretty new home studio, more travel than I’ve ever done, lots more video projects and some great long term brand partnerships. Aaaand last but not least...a new rebranded, redesigned site that’s been like 3 years in the making (🤦🏼‍♀️) but that I’m super in love with. Feeling good about sprinting into the new year with such a great year behind us!
- Hi friends. I hope you can help donate with me for a really good cause this holiday season. I've been chatting to our local @theirc which is an organization I love (this is not sponsored by them!) that supports refugee resettlement, and I have a holiday donation I hope you can help me with. Refugees come to the US with a fixed expenses allotment of $1125 per person for the first 90 days, regardless of where they're resettled in the US. For a refugee family in the bay area, that money is spent within the first 30 days because of high housing costs and first/last month required deposits. Employment is the number one priority (after housing) once they arrive, and yet they are left with little to use for public transportation to get to and from their home for services, English classes, school, and job interviews. One idea I discussed with the IRC representative is collecting monetary donations for clipper cards (bay area train/subway passes) so they can use BART or MUNI to get where they need to go. A $75 clipper card will allow a refugee to get around to their appointments for about a month. So, I'm asking you, if you're able, to consider donate a few dollars with me. You can paypal me any amount of monetary donation at lizstan@gmail.com with the subject 'clipper card donation' by this coming Tuesday evening (if you want to Venmo it’s @Liz-Stanley, just DM me to give me a heads up). I’ll buy and deliver the cards to our local IRC for our bay area refugee families along with a few other things I'm collecting for them. I hope we can do a little good for our refugees this holiday season because ALL ARE WELCOME HERE #istandwithrefugees
- Hi friends. I hope you can help donate with me for a really good cause this holiday season. I've been chatting to our local @theirc which is an organization I love (this is not sponsored by them!) that supports refugee resettlement, and I have a holiday donation I hope you can help me with. Refugees come to the US with a fixed expenses allotment of $1125 per person for the first 90 days, regardless of where they're resettled in the US. For a refugee family in the bay area, that money is spent within the first 30 days because of high housing costs and first/last month required deposits. Employment is the number one priority (after housing) once they arrive, and yet they are left with little to use for public transportation to get to and from their home for services, English classes, school, and job interviews. One idea I discussed with the IRC representative is collecting monetary donations for clipper cards (bay area train/subway passes) so they can use BART or MUNI to get where they need to go. A $75 clipper card will allow a refugee to get around to their appointments for about a month. So, I'm asking you, if you're able, to consider donate a few dollars with me. You can paypal me any amount of monetary donation at lizstan@gmail.com with the subject 'clipper card donation' by this coming Tuesday evening (if you want to Venmo it’s @Liz-Stanley, just DM me to give me a heads up). I’ll buy and deliver the cards to our local IRC for our bay area refugee families along with a few other things I'm collecting for them. I hope we can do a little good for our refugees this holiday season because ALL ARE WELCOME HERE #istandwithrefugees
- Hi friends. I hope you can help donate with me for a really good cause this holiday season. I've been chatting to our local @theirc which is an organization I love (this is not sponsored by them!) that supports refugee resettlement, and I have a holiday donation I hope you can help me with. Refugees come to the US with a fixed expenses allotment of $1125 per person for the first 90 days, regardless of where they're resettled in the US. For a refugee family in the bay area, that money is spent within the first 30 days because of high housing costs and first/last month required deposits. Employment is the number one priority (after housing) once they arrive, and yet they are left with little to use for public transportation to get to and from their home for services, English classes, school, and job interviews. One idea I discussed with the IRC representative is collecting monetary donations for clipper cards (bay area train/subway passes) so they can use BART or MUNI to get where they need to go. A $75 clipper card will allow a refugee to get around to their appointments for about a month. So, I'm asking you, if you're able, to consider donate a few dollars with me. You can paypal me any amount of monetary donation at lizstan@gmail.com with the subject 'clipper card donation' by this coming Tuesday evening (if you want to Venmo it’s @Liz-Stanley, just DM me to give me a heads up). I’ll buy and deliver the cards to our local IRC for our bay area refugee families along with a few other things I'm collecting for them. I hope we can do a little good for our refugees this holiday season because ALL ARE WELCOME HERE #istandwithrefugees
- Shhhhhh I'm super excited to wrap up this Piper @playpiper computer kit under the tree for Henry this year! Kids build, with a real engineering blueprint, a REAL fully functioning computer. Then, they can play a special Raspberry Pi edition of Minecraft that teaches them electronics in the game, and instructs them to build a smart device to power up the game. These are literally all his favorite things in one gift: construction, programming, and Minecraft #ad #PlayPiper #BuildPiper #SpinTheGears
- Shhhhhh I'm super excited to wrap up this Piper @playpiper computer kit under the tree for Henry this year! Kids build, with a real engineering blueprint, a REAL fully functioning computer. Then, they can play a special Raspberry Pi edition of Minecraft that teaches them electronics in the game, and instructs them to build a smart device to power up the game. These are literally all his favorite things in one gift: construction, programming, and Minecraft #ad #PlayPiper #BuildPiper #SpinTheGears
- Shhhhhh I'm super excited to wrap up this Piper @playpiper computer kit under the tree for Henry this year! Kids build, with a real engineering blueprint, a REAL fully functioning computer. Then, they can play a special Raspberry Pi edition of Minecraft that teaches them electronics in the game, and instructs them to build a smart device to power up the game. These are literally all his favorite things in one gift: construction, programming, and Minecraft #ad #PlayPiper #BuildPiper #SpinTheGears

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