Project Life 2012: Weeks 35, 36, 37 and 38Posted: November 13, 2012
Attempting to stage a massive comeback this week!! Four weeks completed. World record status.
LEFT SIDE: had fun including a funny story on the title card. It NEVER occurred to me that I would have to teach Tyson how to use a urinal or that there would be urinals in the boys bathroom. I still laugh thinking about how funny that morning was. Jake saw Ty’s drawing in last week’s layout, so he wanted to make one for this week.
RIGHT SIDE (W/INSERT): the picture of Jake’s first day makes me swoon. Those cheeks. I’ll be so sad when he loses them and I LOOOOOOVE that he wants to be a “Daddy” when he grows up. Heh.
Back of insert:
This was a BIG week for us. I was running around trying to put together a new work wardrobe after five years off, Jake was adjusting back to school, and I was learning to juggle FOUR completely different schedules:
Needless to say, the gym time decreased a lot…and pool time? Not so much.
Keeping it simple: picture + small embellie = done.
I wanted to highlight the soccer team huddle. There is something so adorable about the itty bitty kindergarteners all huddled up…
One of my favorite pictures recently: Jake sitting outside the door of Ty’s kindergarten classroom. He desperately wanted to run inside and join his brother. So sweet:
Not sure why it took me so long, but finally took one of the boys out on the trail with me. Jake rode his bike while I ran. He was TOUGH. “HURRRRRRY UP, MOM!!” I got a good three miles in. Definitely something that will become a regular weekend endeavor around these parts:
I am trying to incorporate photos of things that are often overlooked. This week: a picture of our playroom. The heart of our house. We spend countless hours together in this room…
Used Clementine core pieces this week. LOVE. I forgot how much I love the color combos and EASE of the journal cards.
Even though I am super far behind, about five or six weeks, I actually LOVE reliving events through Project Life. I really enjoyed journaling and looking at the photos from the triathlon. It is still one of the bigger accomplishments for which I am very proud.
Obsessed. Orzo everything…had to include:
Love my boy’s love of the library. And love the Clementine card…
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