Mister Mort Mister Mort
June 18, 2020

We’ve been watching a few piping plover nests for weeks and the other day we saw their babies hatch! It’s so beautiful, the mother bird with the babies under her for days. At times they’ll go out for food and the daddy watches over them. they learn to fly by themselves and take off to the Carribean in August! Wildlife staff comes to check on them periodically because they’re endangered. The bird is difficult to see when it is standing still, as it blends well with open, sandy beach habitats. It typically runs in short spurts and stops. So cute to watch them grow.

We’ve been watching a few piping plover  nests for weeks and the other day we saw their babies hatch! It’s so beautiful, the mother bird with the babies under her for days. At times they’ll go out for food and the daddy watches over them. they learn to fly by themselves and take off to the Carribean in August! Wildlife staff comes to check on them periodically because they’re endangered. The bird is difficult to see when it is standing still, as it blends well with open, sandy beach habitats. It typically runs in short spurts and stops. So cute to watch them grow.

May 7, 2020

GQ had me on the toughest assignment to date. Asking me to document what I’ve been wearing (not easy getting dressed when away from my clothes, quarantining in a place that’s not ours). (When sara told me we had no room in the car for clothing I had a minor melt-down which only lasted a few deep breaths. (I snuck ties/tees/hats I didn’t #need but knew I’d want in case I felt like a selfie) I live to get dressed and a selfie just makes me feel so good. You maybe can’t tell but I’ve really become so much less selfish since becoming a father. #SelfishPortrait – Here we have Aunt Shelly’s flannel and Uncle Bert’s shorts. – Yes, fleece socks over the rag-wools.

GQ had me on the toughest assignment to date. Asking me to document what I’ve been wearing (not easy getting dressed when away from my clothes, quarantining in a place that’s not ours). (When sara told me we had no room in the car for clothing I had a minor melt-down which only lasted a few deep breaths. (I snuck ties/tees/hats I didn’t but knew I’d want in case I felt like a selfie) I live to get dressed and a selfie just makes me feel so good. You maybe can’t tell but I’ve really become so much less selfish since becoming a father. -
Here we have Aunt Shelly’s flannel and Uncle Bert’s shorts. -
Yes, fleece socks over the rag-wools.