project life: november

You guys.  It’s December.

There’s only one month left of my 2013 Project Life [how is that possible?].  Eleven months and nothing has changed:  I love how quick and easy this project is!

This is the time of the year where I become SUPER antsy to get the finished product IN MY HANDS RIGHT NOW.  [more on how I create & print my final book, through Blurb, coming in a future post!]  But, for now, we wait.

November 3-9.  Grandma Josie came to Seattle for a visit!  We went on playdates, visited the Pike Market, toured the Chihuly glass museum & saw the fish at the Seattle Aquarium.


November 10-16.  More photos from our visit with Grandma Josie- birthday cupcakes, a pre-birthday boy & a trip on the Great Wheel.  The entire right page features our one-night stay in the treehouse.


 November 17-23.  A one year old.  I have a one year old.  We held a ‘virtual birthday party’ on Colin’s birthday.  Friends & family called in via Google Hangout from around the country, for five minutes, while we sang Happy Birthday.  Technology is amazing.


November 24-30.  Colin’s first Thanksgiving!  Not many babies can say they celebrated their first birthday before they saw a Thanksgiving [he was born on Black Friday last year].  Uncle Bruce came to Seattle to spend Thanksgiving with us.  And, of course, a full page devoted to Colin’s cake smash.  Oh, the chocolate frosting.


Looking at this month- the pages are full of tiny, everyday moments.  Things I would never be capturing & printing, without the help of Project Life.  Total time spent:  about 2 hours &  SO WORTH IT to me.

Want to start a Project Life for 2014?  It’s the perfect time because Amazon has everything 10% off through December 8th!  Check it out!

Want to read more about my process for creating digital pages FAST?  Check out this post.

See more of my Project Life pages here.

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