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Strike a pose

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia called us a few weeks ago to ask if Arden would like to “be part of a photo shoot featuring patients of the Diabetes Center for Children at CHOP. Arden’s photos will be featured in brochures and other material that the Diabetes Center uses to educate parents, families and patients, and may also be featured in more general CHOP marketing material, such as advertisements.”

How cool is that!?




The photo shoot is this Thursday afternoon, I’ll be updating this post with photos as soon as I can but if you need a quicker fix...  We’ll be posting live images on Twitter the day of the shoot, look for them sometime after 1:30pm. You can follow us on Twitter at or (for the Twitter aware) @ardensday


CHOP is a wonderful hospital and we feel very fortunate that we live close enough to use them for Arden’s endocrine needs.  Their juvenile diabetes care is, in my opinion, second to none.  A big thank you to everyone at CHOP that thought of Arden when this opportunity came up, I’m very glad that we can help with this project!  


UPDATE: Photos from the day

Everything went great! Look for pictures from the photographer in a few weeks.



The following are archived comments from this post. You can post new comments below.


Hi Scott! It was great meeting you and Arden today. I really enjoyed my opportunity to photograph Arden. She was so sweet and easy... she is a really good model! Thanks for agreeing to help us out. We feel very lucky Arden was a part of our big day!! I hope you enjoy the photographs as much as enjoyed taking them. Ed Cunicelli
Thursday, April 29, 2010 - 07:28 PM
Ed, So nice of you to check out our site. You were fantastic on Thursday, Arden was very comfortable with you. Thank you for the kind words, Arden had so much fun having her picture taken. Can't wait to see what you got. I'll speak with you soon. Best, Scott
Sunday, May 2, 2010 - 02:20 AM



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