This winter my girls and I had serious work to accomplish together: promotional photos for Project Pomona, a clothing company that offers infant and toddler pants designed to fit both cloth- and disposable-diapered bums. I can tell you from years of experience: these pants are awesome, make diaper changes easy and last through several standard sizes because of the adjustable snaps on the waistband and rolled cuffs.
How did this collaboration come to pass? Project Pomona's incredibly talented owner and designer, Meghan Roberts, has been a dear friend for the last 16 years. Our earliest collaborations mostly revolved around climbing mountains and discussing boys. Then came college visits, bachelorette parties (oh, my!) and exchanging advice on motherhood (between the two of us, we now have—as of a few days ago—five girls.) And all that led us to this latest creative collaboration. I'm excited to share a few of my favorite images of my girls wearing Project Pomona pants.
Above: Cricket in Rocking Rose Stretch Denim Jeans. (You'll find Cricket on the header of Project Pomona's Facebook page.)
Below: Nora in Little Hipster with branches accent cuff.
Below: Nora in Little Wren Slims for disposable diapers.
Below: Nora in purple/love.
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