Here’s a look at my Week 44 (Oct 28 – Nov 3).
This week’s spread took a little longer because than usual because I had all of the Halloween awesomeness to record AND Jake’s birthday! It was an awesome full week. I like that this kit gave the spread a Halloween / Harry Potter feel without getting too themey.
Documented on this spread is Eliza’s pumpkins, and Instagram collage, Jake & his brother Nick on their shared birthday, Jake and his brothers on electronic devices at Jake’s parents before a birthday dinner, and words documenting it all.
The title page for this week was created using the Pumpkin Juice kit from the Lilypad as were the inserts.
The first side of the insert covers the kids trunk-or-treating with their cousin Nathan.
And the back covers Halloween. I pulled the text right from this post.
And then some great everyday stuff. Those of you taking my free November documentation workshop will recognize some of those photos. I pulled the words right from the workshop posts. Love having all of that documentation at my fingertips!
In this spread: Jonas “helping” me work, a bit on balancing being a work-at-home mama, Jake’s bread snobbery, the kids taking turns with a computer game, a little bit of positive-twist toddler shaming, and (as usual) a collage of 2×2 Instagrams.
Come back tomorrow for Week 45!
(And for those of you who are wondering: this week was printed at home.)
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