What a great idea for a layout! Wonderful journaling, and I love the photo. Great design, too.
How neat to do this <img border='0' src='/images/icons/smile.gif'> BOS
What a great idea to scrap this! Everything will change so quickly! Pretty soon we will be packing up sunscreen for our kids and our little ones will be already in car seats!
Love the clean graphic design.
Great job as always.
Mornings are such a challenge with little ones aren't they??? great idea to scrap the typical one! TFS Heather!
So clean and linear! A marvelous idea! <img border='0' src='/images/icons/smile.gif'>
Project - a typical morning
by Heather Ann
posted 02/08/05 at 08:23 AM
As my husband was loading the kids in the car one morning, I went and grabbed my camera and decided to scrap a typical morning in our lives right now. I think it will be a neat thing for the kids to read when they are older.<br><br>“Tuesday, February 1, 2005
Even though Katie is feeling much better, she still isn’t sleeping through the night. I was up with her from 12:45-2:00am and then Tom was up with her again at 5:30am. He fed her another bottle and then laid her on the bean bag chair in the bathroom while he showered and got ready for work. I got up at 6:15am to shower and then ran downstairs to get the girls laundry from the day before. Kenzie needed another seven pairs of pants and underwear for school today and Katie needed an extra sheet and blanket. I folded and packed up their bags for school and picked out their outfits for the day. I then got Katie dressed and we went in to wake up Miss Mackenzie. She was out cold in her crib, as always, and for fun I put Katie in the crib with her to help wake her up. She was so excited about it that she showed all six of her friends to Katie and gave her a hug in between each one. She tried to pick Katie up several times to “burp her” and Katie was cracking up at Kenzie. I finally got Kenzie out of the crib, after ten minutes of pleading, and she went potty on the toilet. It then took another five minutes to get her off the toilet. Dad taking Katie out of the room and threatening to go to school without her finally worked. I got Kenzie dressed, brushed her hair, and put her coat and shoes on while Dad made bottles for Katie, put her snowsuit on, and put her in her car seat. I walked them out to garage where the warm Jeep was waiting, kissed and hugged Kenzie goodbye, and then waved as they pulled out of the driveway by 7:20am. After an hour in the car, they will arrive at Dad’s work where the girls go to school. I will get an update call in a few hours from Dad as to how they are doing and they will return home to me tonight.”<br><br>Thanks for looking! Heather<br><br>
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