Portrait of Play, Week 10


We went to see our friend Mike Wsol’s sculpture Laborer on the Atlanta Beltline. I wish we would have had more time to explore other works of art along the Beltline, but the girls had a blast climbing in, around, and under the sculpture for the little time we had. We’ve been busting a move on the house and work, and I’m starting to really look forward to having this baby as a mandate to shut it all down and just be. In other news, I have started blogging for Pregnancy and Newborn Magazine as I near the end of this pregnancy. You can check out my posts here.













2 thoughts on “Portrait of Play, Week 10

  1. Hi Kaleen this is mikey obrien i just checked out this blog for the first time. the regularity of it is impressive and inspiring. i struggle a lot with consistency and regularity in my various projects, i always find myself all over the place in some ways. anyway sorry i dont have anything more profound to say but thanks for your work and inspiration and congrats on your new human addition, may the kids and parents all be healthy for years and years!

    1. Thank you, Mikey. I hear you on being all over the place with various projects. I think actually having kids has limited my ability and desire to start too many different projects, and it helps me commit to one. I keep it manageable, some weeks investing more thought and time than other weeks, but it’s something I know I want to continue long term, so I make sure it gets done every week. Hope you are well, friend.

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