Wednesday, December 17, 2008

It's almost here!

I can't believe that it's almost Christmas! Drew's excitement is making me as anxious as I was when I was a kid. I love that I get to relive that feeling through our kids. 
 
Last week I made this mini photo board to display our Christmas pictures from last year. It's amazing the difference a year can make. Drew looks so different and has grown so much in the last year! 

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is so cute. Thanks for sharing. Also, it was fun to see how much the baby has grown. He has so much hair for a baby. Cute!

Linda

joscelyne cutchens said...

that is soooo cute! :) You are such a source of inspiration, and I've left you some love
on my blog

Catherine Chiarino said...

I am amazed at how much you get done with two boys. I have a two year old and a two month old, and I can't seem to find the time. I am trying to fit in my scrapbooking addiction but I'm hoping it will come easier in a few more months. You are such an inspiration!

Allison Davis said...

Catherine I'm sure once you get into a routine you'll find the time. The first few months after Jackson was born was tough. Eventually it started getting easier to find the time, especially when he started sleeping through the night! :)

Kara Marie said...

What the heck??? How did you get him to sleep through the night so quick?!?!? ;) My 5 month old is just about to kill me! :) Love your project! I tried to copy your candy cane photo shoot with our 3 year old, but they didn't turn out as well! Thanks for the ideas & have a MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!

Dawn said...

I love all your ideas, this is so sweet. I can't wait for christmas either. I get more excited then the kids. We just got some snow so it will be a white christmas-my favorite kind.Have a Merry,Merry Christmas with your loved ones.

Allie said...

Gorgeous! Love that Fancy Pants stuff. Too cute. I left some love for you on my blog too, but I don't have the skills to make it a live link. :( I'll have to consult Joscie. scrappenstance.blogspot.com

Nikki (online name: scrapyak) said...

This is sooooo sweet and beautiful too! What a great way to hold on to a memory. Thanks for sharing. -Nikki Sivils