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Real people, real photos: David and Marie
We use real, local people in our photos and videos. A recent South King County photoshoot featured David and Marie Haase, a local family with ties to MultiCare Health System.
David and Marie sound blissful as they talk about life with four young children, including newborn twins Eli and Abigail.
“They’re very content babies” David says.
“I love these little noises,” Marie adds, the healthy twins cooing nearby.
Marie delivered the babies, who joined older brothers Matthew, 1 ½, and Thomas, 2 ½, in April. In fact, they arrived just a day after the Haase family enjoyed a photo shoot in the park for MultiCare, where David works in the echocardiography lab at Auburn Medical Center. Marie is a physical therapist in Seattle.
So far, the couple says having four children under age 3 isn’t as hectic as they thought it would be. In fact, they’re routinely getting 4 to 5 hours of sleep at a time.
One question they hear a lot: Do they plan to have more children?
“I think we feel like four under age three will keep us occupied,” Marie says. But David is quick to chime in: “We don’t know what the plan is for us. I don’t think either one of us is ready to say we’re done.”