Monday, March 14, 2011

Project Life: Week 07/03-13/03



NapTime MomTog Project 365


Last week was another crazy crazy week, and by the time weekend came around I was exhausted!!!!! Luckily we had a lovely relaxing weekend, where we did NOTHING so I can face this week feeling a bit more human. Thanks for stopping by my blog again this week, I am so glad you are here :)


MONDAY: Jamie played with the Lego for most of the day today. Caide and Bryce had built the houses featured in this photo, but Jamie spent absolutely ages sticking all the small pieces to the base!


TUESDAY: This is the stunning fabric I ordered from the Fat Quarter Shop for a quilt for Bryce. I was like a cat on a hot tin roof until this arrived because a previous parcel of fabric had gone missing. Luckily the service from the Fat Quarter shop was excellent and they just resent my parcel. Lovely to receive such great service in this day and age!


WEDNESDAY: Jamie I am so so proud of you!! To get your 5m badge at such a young age is no mean feat!! You battled a bit, because you were off swimming for quite a while, while you were sick, but you still managed. My cute lil swimmer!! :)


THURSDAY: After a long anxious wait, my Project Life kit arrived today. YIPEE!!!! It was so worth the wait. The Amber kit is just gorgeous, nice and different to the kit from last year, I absolutely can't wait to set it all up!! Next year I WILL order my kit earlier!!!!!


FRIDAY: Setting up my kit!! I spent a lovely Friday afternoon setting up my album for the whole year while watching World Cup Cricket. Such a lovely afternoon for me!


SATURDAY: Adore this photo of my goof-ball. This is what my funny little boy did after going to the loo. HAD to be my POTD!! He had us all in stitches!


SUNDAY: My boys playing an early morning game of Monopoly. In the background the T.V. is tuned to Sky News as it has been for most of the weekend watching the coverage of the tragic Japanese earthquake and tsunami, my heart breaks for all those people affected. We are so blessed to live in SA where we don't suffer such disasters!

Thanks for being here. I would love for you to say "Hi" while you are here. I hope to find the time to visit some other Project Life blogs this week.

14 comments:

Jessica said...

Such great photos Rene'! Isn't POTD just great? I'm feeling good, or as good as possible while being nauseous; but it's totally worth it! :) Still tired, but now it seems to come in spurts so I have been able to be a bit scrappy. Have a fabulous week!

Sarah Halstead said...

Wonderful photos! I love your sons sweet smile. Yay for your project life kit! Thanks for linking up.

Sharon Keanly said...

Lovely your Project Life pics honey... so nice to have a small peek at life inside the Sharp household... Your kit looks stunning... can't wait to see the new quilt you're making for Bryce. hugs Sharon x

Shelly said...

Great photos! I especially like the Friday shot!

Christie said...

I love your photos. I long for spring and summer looking at them. Just on Friday here we were caught in a bad snow storm enroute to Winnipeg, MB. I eagerly await some greenery as opposed to so much snow this winter. Have a great week.

packmom said...

Great pictures as usual. You do a wonderful job capturing real life. Love the Legos and your little swimmer. My boys just joined the city swim team and start with practice next month.

dawn said...

I liked your week's pictures. Congrats on finally getting your album, it is beautiful, so glad that Becky made two types of them. Congrat on on your little swimmer also. Love love the lego picture. Have another good week.

Sara said...

I love the friday pic of your "Station Project Life". I think we all do the same when that magical box arrives :) The boys are adorable. I have a Bryce too!

Susan said...

Great shots!! So glad you got your book♥

sarahw said...

Great photos! I love the one of your PL sitting on the coffee table.

Jackie said...

Wow.. great pictures. Thanks for your sweet comment today. I love that you're so far away, and yet we're both taking part in the same journey. This is my first year and I'm loving it. It's forcing me to finally capture my children's lives RIGHT NOW! :)

Claire said...

ooh, what sweet pictures! I love Project Life.

Cxx

alison290 said...

Love your pictures Rene..wish Project Life had been thought about while my children were little!

Kelli said...

oooh yay glad you got your book! I love that fabric, so cute! Your peek inside your life is great, can't wait to see how you set up your book :)