Better late than never!
I actually had this done last weekend, but it took me until now to post it. Life is pretty busy right now, it’s high-season for photographers, my baby crawls at about 90 mph, I have a cold, I’m tired….the list could go on and on! If you are a mom of young kiddos reading this, I know you can totally relate.
Week Thirty-Seven brought us lots of scooting thanks to our neighbors, and a visit to Hyland Regional Park in Burnsville for another installment of Best Twin Cities Playgrounds. Oh my goodness, wait until you see how cool that park is. (The best part? It knocked my no-napping five year old out for the count for THREE HOURS last Friday afternoon!!!) Marie is really into shaking her little rattles and crawling. Lots and lots of crawling. Boy do I miss the stationary baby!
I tried out a new template page, Design C, for the first time. I was really low on photos this week for some reason–kind of like I am for this coming week too. I am just not in the groove right now…..but I did enjoy working with a different type of page. I actually had to get two photos out of the archives to help fill it up. (I never put the visit to Teddy Bear park in the book, just blogged about it on here.) Didn’t technically happen last week, but I am completely okay with it. That’s the beauty of Project Life–you do what you want how you want!
Soccer started last week, and we had an all day playdate on Saturday that was a lot of fun. (And provided pics/detail about yet ANOTHER park!) My favorite picture of this past week though? The one on the lower right of this page. There’s Holly playing with crafts at the kitchen table in her princess dress. She wears those things all of the time, no matter what she is doing, and I am so glad I captured that. I know there will come a time that she doesn’t want anything to do with them anymore, and we will only have photos like this to remember it by.
I am linking up at The Mom Creative again this week. Check it out for tons of Project Life inspiration!
Project Life is a product and a system created by Becky Higgins. It can be anything you want it to be. To learn more about Project Life check out Becky’s Website. The pieces used in my album are available through Jessica Sprague here. If you live outside the US check Becky’s site for more information on sources. View all my posts about Project Life here.