Once a week I share my Project Life pages--mostly to help keep myself on track for the year. I'd love to see your pages too so be sure to leave a comment or link to your weekly spread. You can follow me here and on Instagram to see all sorts of goodies from our life.
Some weeks you see a photo and know that it's special. Despite missing heads, blurry arms, and mess in the background, it speaks volumes to how our afternoons go around here. I knew that I wanted to feature this photo of the girls dancing together. I had a 12x12 printed at Persnickety Prints and then cut it to fit in a Design A protector. I can't say enough good things about Persnickety. They are fast and the quality of their paper and printing is top notch. They also offer lots of sizes that are specific to Project Life. I love the ease of printing at home, but I plan on utilizing Persnickety whenever I can!
Close up on the 12x12:
When I took the twins to the grocery store this week, Hollis wanted to wait for it to "rain" on the veggies. We waited for 5 minutes and nothing happened. I had to snap a photo of them waiting.
My aunt sent Naomi the sweetest package this week. She was thrilled to get mail---but to open it and find her own mints (she kept asking for my aunt's mints on our last visit) was heaven! She followed the cards instructions and shared them with her brother and sister too.
We had a rough week with Mia. I wanted to write to her about it, but decided to keep it private. These foldable 4x6 cards are perfect for notes just for us to share!
Napping photos of Naomi are a pretty common thing in our Project Life books. She's our best sleeper and tends to nap in the car on a regular basis. But, on this day she told me her tummy hurt and I told her to curl up on the couch while I finished dishes. When I next looked she was conked out and ended up sleeping through a move to her bed and the night. She was totally fine the next morning.
My aunt included this sweet card in her package and I wanted to add it in.
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