Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Project Life: Week 5

Hello!  Trying to get caught up on lots of projects, including Project Life.  I am not too far behind, and one thing I love about this type of scrapbooking-it is so easy to get caught back up.  No feelings of guilt or remorse if life gets in the way, because you know the final goal is attainable!
I am getting a bit frustrated with my sixth grader, as he is NOT into having his picture taken.  I feel like I have more photos of the twins.  Don't want him to feel left out someday, so I need to get creative in how I incorporate him into my album!  In weeks past, I have included photos he has taken (sunset, his new shoes).  He won't admit it, but I think he likes that I am using some of his photos.  Gotta love Instagram and the fact that all of his photos come to my photo stream (part of my parental controls on his ipad and ipod!)
If you have any other ideas on how to include a pre-teen boy in Project Life who does not want his photo taken, please let me know!
I am linking this over on The Mom Creative: Project Life Tuesday!
Thanks for stopping by!

Emily

3 comments:

Margie S (Nihao, Cupcake! xnomads.typepad.com) said...

I love those letter stickers. And the layout colors look great. Good idea including the ads from movies you've watched. My kids loved both of those movies too.

cate behind the purple door said...

great pages!

my 11yo boy is pretty ok with photos at the moment, but I'm going to get him to take photos of things, too - he went on a scout camp last weekend, complete with camera so I'll use some of his photos when I get around to those pages, and might even include him in picking which ones!

Michelle said...

Yes! The final goal is attainable! The only problem I have found is that I take WAY more pics than I used to with this system, BECAUSE it is so easy!

Love seeing your pages with the Seafoam edition!

{Visiting from Project Life Tuesday!}