Sunday, December 28, 2014

Project Life - Week 15

Welcome to Project Life 2014! If you are new to my blog, welcome! I hope you will stay a while. I'm Jessica, wife to Juan, mommy to 2 year old Maddie. I am also an electrical engineer by day and I am participating in Project Life, a different way to record our lives by taking one photo a day. This was inspired by the fabulous Becky Higgins who has put together a wonderful kit to make this challenge easier.

I am using the digital kit on shutterfly. This digital version is SUPER easy to use! See my completed pages for 2012 using the Shutterfly Cobalt kit HERE. I will hopefully be posting my 2013 pages soon.

And finally, my POTW (pictures of the week) -

Friday - We went to Nana's this evening so she could give the kiddos their Easter presents early since the kiddos will be with their father next weekend. She gave them all sorts of fun little Easter surprises including bunny sling shots and poppers. Nana bought lunch meat, cheese, and bread to make sandwiches for dinner. We made our sandwiches, took one bite and gagged. It seemed the mayo was very expired. We got quite a laugh from that and will not let her forget that one for awhile. She also filled a ton of clear eggs with glow in the dark rings, sticks, and bracelets for us to hide and the kids to find. The kiddos had a great time searching for the glow eggs in the dark.

Saturday -  Today Mom, Vanessa and the kiddos came over to die Easter eggs with us. They were all three very excited and did a pretty good job. Of course, we had to do a couple of Easter egg hunts and then I had a fun little craft for them all using marshmallows. I figured that Maddie would love marshmallows, but she didn't like them at all - well except to glue them on the page! 

Sunday - Maribel invited Maddie to her 3 year birthday party at ASI Gymnastics. Maddie loved ASI and had a blast jumping in the blocks, swinging in the rope and running the obstacle course. What fun! I decided after the party that it was definitely time to sign Maddie up for a class.

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