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Week in the life starts today again. For those who does not know this Project I recommend to visit this post on Ali Edward’s blog where she explains the idea behing it.
I love this Project and joined Ali twice.
Last Weekend I was going through my week in the life Albums and thinking about how cool is to have documented so many Details of my everyday life as I did. Kids grow, life changes.
Last year I created a journal specially to document the week. I was pretty good. I wrote my journaling during the day in the Journal and printed pictures in the evening. This book turned out pretty cool, with a structure that I followed day after day and simplified the process. I specially love the pages with the days of the week that I included in the Journal.
You can see all the entries here:
2012 Thursday and Friday
In 2010 I created an Album with mixed pages, it looks fun, a bit messy and is very detailed. I did it from scratch using some photo protectors I had as a template.
This year I decided to include my Week in the Life in the Project Life Album. My plan is to fill one page per day. I am still not sure if I’ll print the Pictures at home or send to develop. Either way I hope to share the pages here in the blog next week.
Thanks for stopping by today and have fun documenting your week!
This Summer we were lucky to spend two weeks in the Normandy, France.
One week in the upper Normandy where we saw the incredible beautiful cliff and the low Tide at Pourville-sur-Mer…
and monuments and churchs as the Abbey of Saint-George, in St-Martin de Boscherville. This abbey is dated from 1113!
and the Jumièges Abbey, described as the most beautiful ruine in France. It was so impressive.
We also saw the famous natural arches in Ètretat.
and the cliffs in Fécamp.
After one week in the upper Normandy we led out to the lower Normandy. We were lucky to stay in Granville, a beautiful seaside town in the Manche Region.
Granville is the home town of Christian Dior. This is his birth home, now converted to a museum. The house is located on a hill overlooking the sea. The garden is wonderful. The kids loved walking around and we had the best time drinking tea in the Tearoom, located in the heart of the garden.
There was an amazing exhibition going on called Dior and Impressionism. Around the garden there were pictures from famous impressionists matching to the landscape. And matching to the Pictures there was parfum. We only need to open that little metal door under the picture and come close to feel the fragance of one of the Dior parfums.
We also visited Mont Saint-Michel, one of France’s most recognisable landmarks. We spend an entire day there and saw pretty much every corner of the Island.
The last Highlight was the visit to Regnéville-sur-Mer, and the Château de Regnéville.
We wanked in the sea between the boats during the low tide. Pretty cool!
These three were true troopers. They are the best pals to travel with, I am so happy and grateful that they are my kids. They seriously rock.
My Little Baby Girl just turned 5 years old on Sunday.
She is beautiful, strong willed and so sweet. She gives the best kisses and says “I love you” a lot.
We are all so in love with her, since the very begin. She made our family complete. When I arrived home with her I realized that we were just where we were meant to be. A family of 5.
I am so grateful for this Little Girl and all the joy she has brought into my life.
Happy birthday, Little bear!
Letzte Sonntag ist mein kleines Mädchen 5 geworden.
Sie ist wunderschön. Sie weiß ganz genau was sie will. Und sie ist auch sehr Süß. Sie gibt die beste küsse und sagt immer wieder “Ich liebe dich”.
Wir sind so verliebt in sie. Nach sein Geburt, als ich mit Ihr zu Hause angekommen bin, hatte ich das Gefühl dass es alles richtig und perfekt war. Ein Gefühl von Vollkommenheit. Unsere Familie was komplett.
Ich bin so dankbar für mein kleines Mädchen.
Alles Gute zum Geburtstag, kleiner Bär!