There was absolutely nothing fancy about my Project Life spread this week. In fact, I barely had enough to stick in there. I'm not sure what happened, but I didn't have taking photos at the forefront of my mind.
When we got home last Sunday, we were greeted by a sinkhole in the driveway. The roofers truck had sunk in and we've got a sizable hole now. It'll get fixed soon, but I couldn't not take a picture of it! I also slipped in a picture of the quilt my mom made us. The picture of the babies in the grocery cart has been on my mind for a while and then I forgot to snap it once we get to the store. They love riding in the cart and visiting with all the ladies that work at the store. They get lots of treats (bread, cheese, cookie, grapes, etc.) and attention. Last week at Itty Bitty City Hollis saw a boy with a Superman shirt on and got quite worked up about were his "super shirt" was. On an outing to Target we looked and couldn't find one. He settled quite nicely for two Mickey Mouse shirts that he proceeded to wear for two days straight. And, like a good comic book loving Daddy, Mark ordered all three kids "super shirts."
My sister in law just finished a trip to Africa and sent Mia a letter and postcard. I slipped these into a 6x12 page protector. I also put Mia's report card into a big envelope in the back of the book. It's where I'm collecting things from her that don't fit into the spreads.
The second half of the week was a blur really. We had Mia's parent//teacher conferences, and went out for a dinner date on Saturday night. I also included a map drawing that Mia has been doing lately and a picture of us playing Muppet Monopoly from Saturday afternoon.
I've already tried to take more photos for this week. But as I've said before, that's one of the great things about this way of documenting. I can do as much or as little as I want.
You can read more about Project Life here.