Project Life, Week Thirty-One
OBSERVATIONS: This week is the week of Coleman. It would make sense. He turned 13 on the 30th. His last day of elementary school coincided with his birthday. That, and he had some fun times at the ball park with the Saint Paul Saints, including a special 20-plus year season ticket holder meet the players picnic. (Granted, Cole has only been around for 13 of those 20 seasons; Dan picks up the slack on the rest.)
Aidan hardly showed up in any photos. Maybe it's because she's been working 40 hours a week at her nanny job and she's just not here as much. I have a hunch she'll work her way back in soon enough.
Here are the pages for the week:
One thing that struck me this week was on Sunday morning, realizing that we now have kids that sleep until you wake them up. I know some of you out there are thinking, "Whaaaaat? What is THAT?"
That, my friends, is the passing of time.
Sigh. At least Cole still loves his Legos.
This week also features the annual Farm Party at my inlaws, held every August in Southern Minnesota. Each year my sisters-in-law and me try to get a foursome shot. We look pretty good here I'd say.
And this photo reminds me to raid Cole's media cards every now and then. He had this one tucked away and it might have never seen the light of day were it not for my snooping.
Note to self and others: raid your children's cameras. You never know what treasures you'll find!
Here's the weekly recap:
Be sure to check back here tomorrow for a sweet Project Life giveaway related to said awesome new plastics.
And that is all I wrote for Week Thirty-One.