Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Weekly Layout by Margene plus catch-up . . .

This layout was designed by Margene. She teaches a few classes here at Scrapp'n Savvy. NYOBC by Pinecone Press, Kaiser Kreations and Pages, Pizza, and Prizes! Any of you that have come to one of her classes can see why I am so thankful Margene is on the Scrapp'n Savvy team.

I need to do some catch-up. Life is crazy as you all know and Scrappy decided to help make it even crazier by chewing on my computer power cord. So while I am here in Indiana making memories with my granddaughter and her family I will post some back post of the weekly layouts from the past.

My visit started an introduction of our newest Allen addition. We like to call him "little man" it works because we called Tori "baby girl"
Tori and I have been busy doing fun things every day, like coloring princess pictures with magic markers
Shopping for new big girls clothes, baby Garrett clothes, and a "pretty dress for Daddy" and of coarse something new for Tori's fantastic mommy. All shopping days should end with a special lunch date that includes chicken nuggets, french fries and a "wee slide"

doing fun things with Tori's hair while watching princess sing-a-long movies.

Helping mommy and grandma with baby Garrett

Dress-up and fun or maybe not so fun photo shoots

Halloween festivities

like making cookies for Tori's friends, family and neighbors

daily walks to the park to play on the "wee slide and to have peanut butter picnics.

and of coarse trick-or-treating. Snow white left her poison apple at home with mommy and daddy while grandma taught her to say, "treat-treat". She learn pretty quickly that it got her some yummy candy

We had a great time
but my favorite part of each day was to watch Tori play with her toys. I love how she lines them up in a row everywhere, the bookshelves, windows, bathtub and even "Mama's" computer.

My heart already aches at the thought of going home. I am so thankful for my family and friends back in Texas who are running Scrapp'n Savvy so I can make these memories with my children and grandchildren.

Happy Scrapp'n my good friends

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