Saturday, January 26, 2013

Project Life 2013 | Week 3

Three weeks in and I can attest to the fact it's so much easier this year than last year. Last year I was trying to make everything cute and was using supplies from a bunch of different places. Sticking to one design (Seafoam) and just focusing on pictures + stories has made this so much easier. Here's the spread for Jan. 14-20, 2013.

Project Life Week 3a
Project Life Week 3b

There's an insert this week- one side is a purple painting from Annaliese and one of her daily sheets talking about how much she loves painting (she did three purple paintings that day). It also talks about how she was able to participate in Happy Feet  that day and how much she enjoyed it.  On the back of the insert is Gertie the Goose, a bit folded, that Ian made in kindergarten this week when learning about the letter 'g'.

Other than that, everything was once again Seafoam except for the letter stickers on the "Row, row, row your boat" picture. 

Here's a closer look at the pictures and the stories that go with them: 

Yummy Yogurt
Ian has become an expert at posing with food. Yogurt is a favorite after school snack. If it's in the drawer, it's what's chosen over applesauce pouches and cheese sticks.
Annaliese got Legos for Christmas from Marlena and Noah. She had fun building a house and playing with the girl and her horse  that came in the set.
It was 50 degrees on Saturday, so we spent time outside. Ian was hitting home runs over the fence.
Annaliese had fun kicking her Minnie ball around the yard. 
Cozy Coupe
Walter was over on Saturday. His great-grandma passed away the day before, so we watched him while his mom and dad were busy with that.
Taking Down the Lights
Darrin took down the lights while the weather was nice, too.
Hands Up!
Lots of Nerf guns at our house since Christmas.
Pucker Up!
Showing off her chap sticked lips
Row, Row, Row Your Boat
Imagine them singing, "Row, row, row your boat" and getting a bit out of control...
Favorite Toy
Walter also came over on Monday (and Wednesday, too!). They all played with the castle and got along so well.

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