Digital Project Life | Week Thirteen




This week fell smack dab in the middle of baseball start up.
batting cages.
practices.
three boys.
three teams.
three practice fields.
two batting cage locations.
Oh yeah and one princess among it all frequently visiting the dance studio preparing for recital.
One busy SuperMom...... surviving only with the help of one busy SuperDad.





The insert: Ruger's nose: Here's the story....


Thanks for stopping by! Leave me your link and I'll give you a visit. :) ~Melanie

12 comments:

  1. I love your layouts! Looks like you have a busy and fun family :)

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  2. yea for supermom...and superdad! looks like you have a super family...looks like you guys have fun...

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  3. Oh my! That poor nose but so thankfully it was really just a scratch and nothing more serious. My older son fell a school a few years ago and broke the fall with his face ending up with a nose that looked just like that! Great pages this week. Have fun with baseball!

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    1. Crazy! Amazing how the nose can be so forgiving to our 'littles'.

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  4. Oh no! Glad he is okay. I can never stomach er visits. What a fun full week. Love that split batting cage photo.

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  5. Love your layouts! I love all those baseball pictures. I grew up playing softball & played all through high school. There's just something about being on that diamond! So glad your son is ok...it is amazing how resilient kiddos are! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

    Julie Coryell
    http://iamjuju.com

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    1. Thanks Chris! Baseball is our family fav too.

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  6. Love your layouts - especially the large photo I wondered how I could work that in if I am doing photobook pages but I guess I can just cut the page when it arrives! The template to make it look like it is in a binder is fabulous! Thanks for linking up on my digital linkup.

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