These two weeks were a little more nomal. And by normal, I mean random. ;)
There was baseball, Easter, trikeathon at preschool, ending of job for my hubby...
Here's the left side:
There were quite a few unrelated colors in the pictures so I was using quite a few unrelated papers. ;)
I had a picture of the view from the baseball fields during one of my son's evening games, my daughter's trike a thon lap count paper is above the picture of her doing it, a 24/7 filler card that kind of reflects my One Little Word (embrace), week in review, and the bottom has a pic that is so a personality feature of more than one of my children.
The title card was made of scraps:
Since there were so many colors going on in this spread, I went for a combo of mixing in all the colors and a bunch of stuff that reads neutral.
This is so my kids. I don't know where they get it (it might be from me).
On the right side:
My son was enjoying the mustache straw in his Easter basket. There are a few baseball pics in the middle (notice I used a different page protector to fit these better). On the top right is a pic I took of the kids' latest project. They're digging a hole in the garden. Just to see how deep they can go. Does every kid do this at some time? I remember digging holes.
On the bottom left is a shot of balloons from my husband's work. They threw him a send off before starting school. I actually cut apart one of the balloons and used it as the background for the picture.
On the bottom right is a pic of the kidlets in their Easter finery, and the middle bottom has another Facebook post about that randomness that is our lives. My friends laugh at me because I put raisins and blueberries in the Easter eggs instead of candy, and my kids are plenty excited. I was posting about how my youngest asked if we could put broccoli in some time.
More than halfway through the teen weeks now! Anyone else catching up on PL? Is anyone else even as far behind as I am?