Oh my goodness, I love keeping up with this album. Weeks 28 & 29: July 8-21
What happened these weeks? So, this spread covers two weeks. We were deep in several house projects and I didn't take many photos at all. It happens. I definitely go through waves of lots of picture taking and little picture taking. I was really struggling to fill up the spread for week 28, so I included week 29 as well. The beauty of Project Life is that there are no rules!
Left side: This week we were putting up the board & batten in our foyer and painting stripes in the entryway. A house started going up across the street from us. With all the new construction going on in our neighborhood, it's fun to see the change in photos.
Right side: In addition to the project we were tackling inside, Beau made himself a workbench for the garage. And I included a couple cute photos of the boys bc they are my everyday life. Even a little play-doh flower I made and Ephram "planted" for me.
In this two week spread, only one photo was taken with my DSLR. The rest are iPhone photos. And the one of me was taken by Beau bc I asked him to. I tell you this as a reminder that you do not have to take a lot of photos or have a big fancy camera in order to document your life with Project Life.
Week 30 : July 22-28
What happened this week? Nothing special going on. We were home all week and taking a break from house projects. :)
Left side: Like I said, nothing too special this week, *but* sometimes it's the little things from the week that create the best memories. For example, Ephram calling the noodles we had for lunch "wing noodles". Or how he made a trophy out of tinker toys. And his cute conversation with me about turkey at lunch.
Right side: This week I felt like the boys finally started playing together. Playing nicely even. At least sometimes. We also got a Costco membership!
Project Life is a simplified memory keeping system created by Becky Higgins. It reignited my interest in scrapbooking my life and memories. Check out previous posts about my albums and why I do it here. Have questions? Leave a comment!