While I have been pretty good at getting my daily pages scrapbooked for my “30 Days Hath September”album for my Have More Fun class, I have been terrible at posting them…both to this blog and to the class gallery! I blame it on breastfeeding! About two weeks ago I decided to try Sam on a bottle so Shane could feed him if I ever had to be away from home. So, I started expressing after I gave him his last feeding of the night (usually around 10:00 pm). By the time I was finished, it was inevitably late and I was exhausted so I was going straight to bed. This USED to be my free quiet time when I would surf and blog and post, so that is why nothing has happened lately!
But tonight I had a little time and thought I would catch up. But when I tried to post the photos of the layouts, I could not for the life of me get them oriented correctly…they would always post on the page sideways. Does anyone have any tips? Once I figure it out I will post, post, post!
Regular photos seem to work fine, so here are a couple of recent ones.
Here’s Grayson “testing” a Halloween chocolate lollipop! (Can you believe I’m thinking about Halloween? Yes, the stores are full of it already…G.wants to be a pumpkin.)
100% trouble? 100% cute! Sam is weighing in at 17 lbs at only 14 weeks! Sheesh!
Sammy and I. What a little dear. I had to take this myself holding the camera out in front of us…pretty bad, eh?
Speaking of photos, I was getting really disappointed in the quality of home-printed photos I was getting with our all-in-one printer. So I sweet talked Shane into a new wide format Epson R1400 photo printer
!!! YAY!!! I am so excited! Not only will it print out photos that are archival and higher quality than drugstore or big box processing, but I can now print my 12×12 digital scrapbook pages! I can’t wait! And, Shane’s little perk is that it prints on CD’s/DVD’s. Hopefully if my photos look better, my pages will look better.
Otherwise, we really seem to be getting into a routine finally. We have been able to get out to the stores and play dates, and life is a little more normal. I have time to get organized and clean the house and even fit in a little scrapbooking. I have been working on my website
and have updated my free weekly page plans
, which I really enjoy creating. Julie and I had a Creative Memories
booth at the Baby Show last weekend and are planning Christmas trade fairs and a couple of all day crops. Things are going well!!! I guess it’s true that the first three months with a newborn are a real write off in terms of having a “normal” life, but now that we have passed that milestone I think we are getting BACK to normal, and I like normal!!!