On the left:
All the photos on this side of the layout (with the exception of me making lunch) were from the weekend prior. I had taken a bunch of photos on Sunday for a random 10 on the 10th project and there were several I wanted to use, but didn't want to add in an additional insert. It was providential that I was short of ton of pictures this week. This side chronicles a last minute date night on Saturday and the rest are shots from Sunday.
On the right:
Again, short on pictures.
- a group photo from a field trip to the Nashville Children's Theater to see Schoolhouse Rock with our homeschool group.
- a sweet picture of N2 and E reading together. The big girls are so good about reading to him when he asks ... and he asks a LOT. This boy LOVES to be read to. Our little bedtime routine together where I have one-on-one read-aloud time with him is quite ridiculous in its length. (But we love it).
- The last game of the season for B's soccer team.
- Dinner with friends on a Saturday night
A rare photo of myself in the album. I am working on doing better at this, but I am the one that takes most of our pictures. One of the girls snapped this attractive (not) shot while I was making lunch. Of the several shots that she took, I decided that this was the lesser of many evils and stuck it in, multiple chins and all.
I made a note of a book that I had just finished. T suggested that I read this book - it was one that he had read and it popped up on his/our radar when we saw a preview for the movie that came out.
(He is getting so big.)
And there you have it in a nutshell. All of the journaling cards from this week are from the November Studio Calico kit, I believe. And I used a Simple White template from Tracy Larson for the journaling card photo inserts. There's a good mix of "real" camera to iPhone shots as well. For the lack of pictures I had to work with, it turned out to be a pretty well-rounded week.
And that's all she wrote. : )
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