For the first child, of course, because that needs to be mostly done before the next one comes along in three (3!) months. I stalled after my last spurt of scrapbooking (must've been last June) due to the summer and the Christmas crafting and whatnot. I dug everything out again and it has taken over the table in my craft room, which really sucks, because I need to quilt something and there's no space. I need to move the sewing machine to the dining room for a night to get the quilting done. Anyhoo, so this is what I've accomplished recently.
Also, before we proceed, please be aware that I am not a professional scrapbooker. I have never been on a retreat and I can't for the life of me figure out how to use my second-hand cricut. Seriously, I've tried and I suck at it. I think there's a machine malfunction, but maybe it's user error. So, I'm probably what you would consider a sloppy scrapbooker and will not inspire you in any way, shape, or form. Keep this in mind while you look at my pages.
Well, I guess I did manage to squeeze out a few leaves on the cricut, but that's about all I've managed. No letters, which is why I really want to use it. My blade drags across everything. It sucks.
The next page is part of a set, but I left the second page off, because there's a non-family member in one of the photos and I didn't feel like giving her some identity protection (and by that I mean one of those black stripes across the eyes).
I really like to use the art that is sent home from daycare as much as I can. I have a bunch of those ghost footprints with googly eyes that I want to stick on a Halloween page. For this one, I took a gingerbread man that they sent home:
And here's another example of stuff sent home from daycare:
And here's the most recent page: