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I am Sarah, a stay at home mom of two wonderful, little boys. In my life before kids I was a fifth grade teacher. I now work with first year teachers, which I love. Creating is one of the ways I stay sane. I become very cranky if I have not stamped or scrapped in a while. Join me on this creative journey.

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Project Life Week Three

Another week has past and can I tell you how happy I am doing this project. I know that some days I have to think what is the POTD, other times it is so apparent. I have taken to bringing my camera with me everywhere. I wanted to show the book itself just because I love to see how other people set their albums up. I have found for some of the days I have multiple pictures that tell a story. so I print those out as wallet size and put four pictures in a slot. I have seen lots of albums where they add another page protector and sew it to size, I am not that talented. For now this works for me. Enjoy and thanks for stopping by.


Reid got his cast off! I have to say when she took out the electric tool I got a little nervous.
We had a snow day so the whole family played Zingo. This is Elias's favorite game, he loves to be the Zingo person. In this photo he isn't the Zingo person, hence the face. The problem with this game (at least when my husband plays) the winner gets to get everyone's belly. I never win.

Today was the first day Reid got to take the bus home. Yay, no more having to get to school an hour early to get a parking space. No more having to entertain Elias for that hour, cooped up in a mini-van. Love the bus. John's parents come every Thursday so I can work. Reid doesn't get to spend a whole lot of time with them since he is at school. Pop-Pop rules in my both my boys' world.
That face, need I say more.
My certification for teaching needs to be renewed by June. I am taking two classes on-line through the University of Phoenix. I have decided to go back to work next year teaching a pre-k class. This is a big stretch for me since I have always taught fifth grade.
It is never quiete at the White House.

5 comments:

Angie Blom said...

wonderful photo's Sarah.. I just love the Sunday shot with the kids playing.. the facial expressions are fantastic. haha.

Banu said...

Wonderful!! Thanks for sharing the album page with us as well, I also like seeing how everyone's' pages are coming together. I really liked how you have used the number stickers on your collage photo. Really neat.

Anne Marie said...

Such fun photos! I just started PL this year, too. It is so refreshing to not have so much pressure to scrapbook. I love the POTD concept, too. :)

Angie Blom said...

Hi Sarah
You wanted to know about my extra photo's in my PL album.. they are
4x6 and I do have them on it's own..hidden behind the other photo for that day. I just put a tab on the top of it this way you can pull them out without any trouble.. and I love the tab showing .. a good way to use up some of my scrappy stash that is hanging around way too long too. thanks for coming by my blog. xx

Kelli said...

OMG my kids love Zingo! I love the smile on his face as he's getting his cast sawed off, that's awesome :) Happy Project Life :)