project life 2013 : weeks 38 – 39

October 15, 2013


Weeks 38 and 39 are from September 16 to 29th.



As I talked about yesterday, a magical thing happened over the weekend where Meredith was in an incredibly good mood the entire time and I was even able to do some crafting and work around the house while she was awake. Usually she is a demander of 100% of my attention but for some reason she happily entertained herself for awhile. She also took good naps and spent some time with David, so all this to say, I spent more time on this spread than usual and it was so much fun.


Most of this is just normal, everyday stuff.


A rare family photo!



We found out that we are having a boy during this time so I decided to devote an entire insert to that. I haven’t been focusing too much on the pregnancy (in life or with documentation) so I figured this was worth a little extra.


It was fun just to play around with papers. The front of the insert:



I blurred all the ultrasound photos because it just seemed weird not to.


The back of the insert:



On to the right side of the page. Mostly back to normal stuff.


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The hospital visit wasn’t exactly normal though!

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I have high hopes to complete another spread this coming weekend and then I’ll be caught up. Such a great project.

Posted in: crafty, documenting, project life

Comments on project life 2013 : weeks 38 – 39

  1. 1

    From Johanna @ These Prices:

    I’m so impressed that you’re staying so on top of this! I’ve gotten so far behind.

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    From kapachino:

    It really helped that I only did monthly spreads for a few months! I had to just let some stuff go. Nowadays I rarely feel up to putting it together when I have the time, but once I get started it becomes fun quickly so I just make myself do it!

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    From Sarah:

    I just love looking at your PL layouts! You have such a great eye for design. Even though PL is meant to all coordinate, etc., you make it look really great. I just muddle through with mine, but seeing your posts recently inspired me to catch up (I was about 6 weeks behind).

  4. 4

    From kapachino:

    Wow, what a great compliment! Thank you so much! I try to keep it pretty simple but I still usually have a hard time getting started. Once I get going though I always enjoy the process!

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    From Nora:

    Ah, scary about the hospital visit but glad everything is ok. Love the spread and all the baby boy notes. Exciting times for you and hooray for being able to get a spread done :)

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