- Sunday: Generational photo with Great Grandpa, Uncle, Daddy, Grandson, and Papa.
- Monday: Sibling Moment: It was so cute, ER watched LB for me while I ran to get something in the next room. I could hear her singing "Patty Cake" to him, and LB giggling. I took this photo when I came back in and said, "Look up!"
- Tuesday: Milestone: ER jump roping, a BIG deal to her.
- Wednesday: Busy, busy, busy day for us. We got a last minute cancellation appointment bright and early at the dentist for ER. Rushed home to get her ready for kindergarten. I ran with LB to Costco. Arrived just in time to get ER off the bus. Then snack followed by book club, for her at the library. Brad met us and we did the switch off so I could dash to my FIRST hair cut since before LB was born. That means, oh let's see, it was over six months since my last trim. No wonder my hair looked a hot mess!
- Thursday: Our photos were up from the professional photo shoot we had at the end of December. I was so excited to see them on our online gallery.
- Friday: It's official LB has transitioned from back to stomach position for sleeping. It's not an issue now that he's rolling. We're wondering if he'll sleep with his posterior up on the air for as long as ER did.
- Saturday: Since getting our pictures I've been obsessively looking at photo ideas online and realized that we didn't have "naked" baby pictures of LB! Shocking; it had to be rectified immediately! Baby skin is so precious, isn't it?
Most Project Lifer's know several supplies are currently out of stock. The 6X12 page protectors are really popular, probably because of the fabulous things Cathy Zielske's been doing with them. I thought about just waiting until the pages came back in. Then decided to go ahead and do something I've been wanting to do for a long time but was too scared to try.
Sewing on plastic!
I thought the page protector would be slippery. Things would jam, you name it I worried...but I just went slow and it worked really well. I used my pinking shears to trim down, but probably won't do that too often. I don't want them to get all dull for when I need them for fabric. It was fun and now I can think of so many possibilities!
Linking up at The Mom Creative and One Happy Mama.