Upon discovering Project Life, I was instantly smitten. The concept of clean and simple, the ease of filling in 4x6 and 3x4 slots rather than tackling a blank 12x12 canvas, not to mention the inspiration it immediately triggered were all answers to prayer. I know that must sound terribly cheesy, but it's simply the truth.
Last year, they came out with their Baby and Childhood Editions, and, that was pretty much it for me. Between this and finally getting Chloe's baby pictures back (off our crashed hard drive), I knew it was time to make the plunge. Just after Christmas, I spent one evening going through all the kids' baby documents - hospital papers and bracelets, birth announcements, cards, stats, and other precious (and silly) keepsakes, which up to that point, had been sitting in a box. It felt so good to finally be doing something with it all, and I have already started transferring some things into their books. The kids ADORE looking at my blog. They could spend hours sifting through old posts and giggling at the various pictures and updates from years past. And since I've started filling their albums, Ryan hasn't missed a day of thumbing through his. It's certainly something we will all enjoy and treasure for years to come. And aren't books so much more enjoyable to look through than a glaring computer screen?
Here's my title page for 2013.
Currently, I am working on Weeks 1, 2, and 3, and will share them as soon as I'm finished. Ultimately my goal is to print a book at the end of the year, encompassing all of my Project Life spreads and blog posts. I'm leaning toward capturing more in my PL, and doing less blogging. I am still finding my groove with it all, but I am so excited to have finally stumbled upon a system that I am confident will actually work for me. Head over to Becky Higgins' site to learn more about Project Life.