It's hard to believe that it's been a quarter year since your arrival on that cold, January day. Yet, at the same time, you so seamlessly fit in to our family that it feels as if you have always been here. You and your happy, smiley, wide eyed self!
At three months you: are full
of smiles, love to talk (coo), grab toys and bring them to your mouth,
know as soon as Mommy walks in or out of a room, watch your brothers
intently, love cuddling with Baba, wear 0-3 month clothing with room
to spare, cannot stand tummy time, are a great sleeper at night and nap
best on the go, nurse heartily, capture the heart of anyone you
My goal this week is to finish printing photos for the missing weeks in February and March and all of April so that I can just sit down to journal and bang out several weeks. My children, however, may have plans to derail this effort. We shall see!
For now, I'm sharing my completed Week 9. I love, love, love how this week turned out using the April Citrus Twist Kits. All of a sudden I am wanting to use more white and lighter colors. It must be the influence of spring! This week was my first completely on my own with all three of my littles. It seemed daunting at the time and I wanted to document that feeling prominently, as you can see in the top right card. As with most things, the kids and I all rose to the occasion and made it out alive ;)
Other highlights:Miss A was one month, Mr. Boom and I celebrated 5 years of marriage and we took our first road trip as a family of five.
Here are a few of my favorites bits from this week's layout:
Today, I'm sharing Week 11 in in my family album. I used
both the Citrus Twist April Pocket Life and PL Embellishment kits for this layout. This was
the first week of the year that it was finally warm enough to get
outside to enjoy the sun - despite the blanket of snow still on the
ground, so I played up the yellows!
Outside play, newborn sweetness, toddler mischief and power outages were
the themes this week. I love the pre-printed "need a do-over" label,
along with the frown face flair to illustrate the photo of our powerless
appliances. My date card uses a combination of papers from the 6x6 pad,
along with a vellum "highlights" Silhouette cut and one of the frames
in the PL kit, finished off with a label and a few of the fun glitter
stars from the PL Embellishment kit.
The left hand 3x4 photo of my green blouse is on the outside of the page
and flips up to reveal journaling underneath. I used a small piece of
the yellow stripe cardstock as a hinge. And, of course, one of the
amazing etched wood chips.
I had a hard time narrowing down my photos this week so, added a
small page protector for extra 3x4's. This side explains the power
outages we endured and how we made the best of the situation. The
exclusive "flying monkeys" card just seemed right. I trimmed it down a
bit, added it to a clear, stitched sleeve from a past kit and slipped it
in the pocket.
Want to know one way I'm taking the complication out of PL? Join me and 6 other members of the CTK DT as we share our projects and tips in this month's class: Worry Free Pocket Life. Cut files and a video are included as well for only $10:
30 something. Madly in love with my husband, two delicious boys and one darling girl. Always with iPhone or Canon 50D in hand. Striving to live a faithful, grateful life each day. SAHM, Project Lifer, photography enthusiast, home cook (the easy crock-pot type) and baker. Loving our New York life and settling into our new home in the beautiful Hudson Valley.