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Daughters Like Different Things? There’s A Split Room Design For That!
by Jill Pantozzi | 3:35 pm, February 3rd, 2012
If ever there were a story meant for us, this is it. Graphic artist and photographer Mark Rodriguez has twin daughters. Those two girls like very different things. That’s ok by him, he created a room for them that gave them the best of both worlds. Check it out!
Rodriguez posted a set of photos of the newly designed room on his Google + page. “Sometimes as parents we do things and don’t think twice about it. for #weareparents curated by +Juan Gonzalez I wanted to touch on some of the things we do that you cannot measure in money, or fame, or even circle size,” he wrote, describing the work ethic of his father and his ability to seemingly create something out of nothing. “It is this type of value and dedication that I try to instill in my daughters.”
Someone left a comment on the shot of the entire room that said, “It feels like the girl’s side of the room takes up just a little more than the boy’s side.” To which Rodriguez deftly replied, “Actually they are both ‘girl’ sides, I have twin daughters and one is infatuated with Superman.”
Thank you Mark Rodriguez, thank you.
(via DC Women Kicking Ass)
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