Another installment of the 5-in-a-row-play-catch-up-with-blogging-Project-Life posts!
This week has an insert for Father's Day, but I forgot to take a pic of it flipped to the other side and without the insert so this is the only view I have. You'll have to fill in the rest with your imagination. :)
For this week we have Father's Day (obviously), and a trip with the kids to a local farm stand attraction called Tom's Farms, as well as a local shopping center where there are two small lakes. We fed ducks and had a picnic lunch. Fun. My youngest started dance lessons as well and I put in my husband's packing list for a trip he's taking over the weekend. Oh, and my middle kid got her first library card. :)
This week we created a mini golf course in the kitchen and dining room, I had very minor surgery on my arm, my husband was at the referee camp, and we ended up at the hospital with Raegan, which you will see in subsequent posts, leads to a whole summer of Raegan and doctor appointments.
This spread was all about the 4th of July. We didn't do much else worth recording so I was happy to fill it in with all those pics. I included our patriotic breakfast and the red, white, and blue toes my daughters and I had (with stars on them of course!).
During week 28 my two eldest kids attended church sports camp and loved it. It was all they talked about all day afterward. I had to include pics of that. My son was also stepping in to fix a problem with my middle daughter's bike, too cute! New haircut, a note about my hubby and I's date night, a pic of my son reading (I love that he gets in a zone when he loves a book) and a journal spot about my decision to write a cookbook.
Finally on the last of this section!
This week included pictures from a fire station tour, the date card was made of a shot of a recipe I'm creating for my new cookbook, my son making his own hand puppets, some garden produce antics, my daughter with her silly cheerio nose, a shot of my work box for Teachers Pay Teachers, and evidence that we collected a ton of quarters and went around town finding all the quarter ride machines we could find. That might be a new summer tradition. :)
Soon to be back with more December Daily and the next weeks of Project Lfe!