It was an amazing summer. We went to Heroes Con, took a trip to the beach, saw the WWE, and ended the summer with a family trip to DragonCon! This time was extra special as Abby cosplayed for the very first time! We talk Fall break, DragonCon, WWE Divas, Cosplay, and give a much deserved shout out to Sage Coffey who drew our new Daddy Daughter Podcast Logo!
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After what seems like months… wait… it IS months! Oh my! We’re back in the “studio” (the studio that’s cleverly disguised as a kitchen I might add) to catch up and talk about Spring Break, Easter (and of course the Easter Bunny), the upcoming Heroes Convention in Charlotte, and assorted other goodies! It’s another terrific episode. Take a listen!
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After a hiatus due to switching jobs (I started at a new Agency this week!) and a little bout of sickness (Abby was under the weather last week) we’re finally back in the studio… er, kitchen and finally sitting down to talk about how much fun we had at Dragon*Con. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the podcast! Remember, you can find us on iTunes and Stitcher, so please subscribe if you’re not already a subscriber!
Well, of course the my FIRST post about Dragon*Con (don’t worry, there will be a couple more, I promise!) has to be about the Costumes. It’s well known that of ALL the conventions during the summer, that Dragon*Con in particular is perhaps the most well known among Cosplayers. It’s one of the main attractions of the convention, and the layout of Dragon*Con with it being spread between several inter-connected hotels and hotel lobbbies is the perfect environment to see and be seen. The below gallery of 66 images was taken by myself over the course of just two and a half days of convention. I arrived early Friday afternoon and left Sunday evening. In between, I stopped whoever looked particularly good and space (and traffic!) permitted. Always ask politely to take a picture and ALWAYS move the subject out of the main flow of traffic. If you can do these two things, you’ll score a nice treasure trove of photos of some really talented CosPlayers.