Recently I’ve been focusing lots of time on Project Life and some card making. There hasn’t been much time (or the need) to do any other types of projects. I feel like Project Life captures so much of our family life, that there’s not often more that I want to document (this is my favorite thing about it)!
A few weeks ago, I saw this template on Cathy Zielske’s blog. I loved how she did an interview with her kids, but her kids are older – I never really thought it would be useful for me now. Still, I decided to give it a try. I sat down with Ryan at dinner one night with my notebook, and asked if I could interview her. I had to first explain what an interview was, but she was so very excited. We had lots of fun doing the interview. Afterwards she wanted to interview me, but got bored after the first question -ha!
I threw in some pictures from the month, including some instagram iphone pics. Love it- using the template it took me literally 15 minutes to finish this page, and done. Awesome. Plus it’s hysterical to read – even though this was just a couple weeks ago, already things have changed. Raisins? Doesn’t want anything to do with them anymore. This kid is 4, but already she’s been asking to go to Paris for over a year. And New York. Where does she get this stuff? She also asks to go to Disney World, so I know she’s not totally unusual
I can’t wait until we can interview Julia. Right now she’s picking up several new words a day, but not sure she’s ready for the pressure of an interview yet. So far, we’re happy if we get her to tell us what a cow says