Here is about 4 seconds of Dani and I fooling around with a simple Raspberry Pi, an Integrated camera board, and a few lines of Python.
Every once in a while my daughter Daniela likes to tell her version of popular kids stories, this time I decided to bring her into the Podcast Studio and let her go crazy telling her stories and a little prayer at the end. Enjoy the video.
I’d often seen strange pencil holders, clay blobs, and a bunch of other silly crafts from people’s kids on their desks. And most of the time I always dismissed it as a parental obligation to display those things on your desk.
It’s funny how your world and your perception of it changes when you’re a father. I now applaud all proud fathers who display their children’s works of art… And have even started to appreciate the subtle differences in kid’s styles. The world is a wondrous place.
There comes a time in every father’s life when he must pass on his culture, his heritage and that of his people… there is no other phrase that embodies the idiosyncrasy of a Salvadorian than this one… and it is my patriotic duty to pass it on to the next generation:
I took this with my cellphone this weekend. Daniela is growing up way too fast… every day I’m amazed at how much I love her and even though I am so proud of everything she does, I can’t help but feel a little bit sad to know that she is so big now… at this pace, she’ll be all grown up and all I’ll have are these memories.
Hello everyone, here’s a YouTube video of Daniela putting her aunty Claudia’s makeup on. I took this with my cell phone so please excuse the low quality. Enjoy:
A YouTube’d video of Daniela dancing in her bedroom. I’ve already posted this video to the PVL, in an iPod version, but I wanted to share this with you in streaming mode. I shot this using my cellphone and edited it with VirtualDub to get the aspect ratio correct for YouTube… hence the black bars on the sides of the video. Enjoy!