Tuesday, April 01, 2014

Project Life Week 13

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.

Lucky number 13 and I gave myself permission this week to let go of having a whole spread. I didn't have a ton of pictures to choose from and I've got sick kids at home to start our Spring Break week. Once I made the decision, it felt really good to focus on just this once side. I used the Kiwi kit again this week. I'm completely smitten with it. I'm loving the colors and the little design elements that make it easier on me to do very little to make it look good. For me, keeping it simple right now is what makes keeping up with Project Life happen. 

I love this header and the Today card. I used it to tell about how on a whim the twins and I stopped for slurpees on the way home. They had never been inside to fill up their cups and loved getting to get the "spicy" coke flavor mixed with cherry. 
They've been asking to go again.

While we got slurpees, Mark picked Mia up for school and headed to their favorite tasting room that has root beer & skee-ball. He snapped this picture for me. 

It's really hard to get photos of the twins together because they are always headed in two different directions. But I quickly snapped this one as they talked about their slurpees on the front porch.
It ended up being a date week for all the kids. They each got individual time with Mark or me. The photo of Naomi is from a coffee shop date with Daddy. They also went to Target and Naomi found a Sven (from Frozen) stuffie. This card worked perfect for a 3x3 photo that I trimmed to fit. 

The next night Hollis went out with Daddy to their favorite burger place and Target. 
Love how goofy he is sometimes!!

You can find out more about Project Life hereI'm linking up with Jessica at The Mom Creative for her monthly Project Life share. 

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