Here we are. Week 28!
I have had these layouts done for a few days now, it really came together quite easily. The kit is Sweet Day by Echo Park, and I just love it! I am sure I will be using it again as there were a ton of things leftover that I couldn’t find a spot for.
I finally took the plunge and bought a set of 12×12 page protectors, as well as some Design G. I printed out my title page and the first two weeks through Persnickety Prints, and WOW. It was AMAZING to see the layouts in person, and the quality of Persnickety? Exactly like you always hear–excellent. (And I am a photographer. I swear it easily rivals the print house I typically use to do my client’s orders.)
I am still undecided as to what to do. (Photobook, binder, or both?!?) I had a lot of time this past weekend with Holly gone to her grandparents house, so I tackled a lot in Shutterfly too. I put together a layout for A Day in The Life (remember that from February?!) as well as the mosaic for February. I worked on a couple of “inserts,” and uploaded until week 17.
But enough about that. Let’s take a look at week 28:
This week a lot of fun things were going on. It was picture day at the T-Ball game (I didn’t buy any of theirs, but did get a lot of sweet ones myself!) Holly and Justin are really enjoying the tag-along bike, Marie is really enjoying walks. It’s been SO HARD to be outside this month with the heat–but we are trying our best to find a few things to do that we can tolerate. Wednesday it was creating a carwash out front!
I am glad I had my iphone with me while I was feeding Marie her first wafer cookie. She made me laugh so much…she just can’t seem to get her hands to work together towards bringing something to her mouth consistently. She does the same thing with her sippy-cup as you see here with the wafer!
Went with a modified Design A for this page–I just had to make the photo of Holly after her game large. It tells the story of this age so well. Stains on her t-shirt (ketchup from dinner before the game), tons of band-aids on her knees, pink glove, the look on her face. All so her. It’s just a perfect picture of life at four and a half. Always have to say the half. Or she freaks out!
Onto week 29. I haven’t taken one picture yet so I better get crackin’!
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