Every night, after the babes are slumbering, we discuss whether we have time to watch a program together or read a book. This segues into a meandering and whispered conversation as we lie in bed, recounting our day and then inevitably expressing gratitude for each other, our littles, and the gorgeous place where we live. Then one of us asks, "what time is it anyway... is it midnight already? Shall we tuck in?" We slip into sleep, soaked with gratitude.
This post is a small ode to the place we call home. Our closeness to both nature and the city, and our loving neighborhood community, have provided the fertile ground for our roots to extend deeply. Cavallo Point is just seven minutes from our house, with views of the Golden Gate Bridge, and a chance to splash in the briny (as Juni would say). There's a long fishing pier, which is a great spot to bring kiddos, to watch the crabs being reeled in and count the seal heads bobbing on the ocean surface. There's often a nice layer of cool fog, especially in the summer, lending a romantic and eerie sensibility, and a perfect escape from the Marin heat. We hope you go check it out :)
A big thanks to our great fashion partners included in this sponsored blog post!
Knock Knock Linen - Sam's jacket and pants; Ariel's pants and top
Stall 65 - Juni's pants
Mayaya Kids - Juni's white sweater
Mae Davis Designs - Wilder's knit sweater
Juniper + Wilder + Ariel + Sam