I purposed, before the birth of my daughter, to be the kind of mom I'd long wanted to be. At all costs. Unbeknownst to her, my daughter had thrown me a challenge. I needed to use my God-given talents and life's passions to be productive while still working around her needs and her schedule. Here are some daily adventures and small successes.


Free is fabulous

If you follow me over on my Facebook Page, you may have noticed my post a few days ago about a free offer of a 4x4 brag book from Walmart's Photo Centre.

Now, though I don't prefer to print my photos at Walmart, they do offer a wealth of fun photo products. These mini-brag books are just one example.

This free offer came to me just as my daughter is starting to learn to read. So I figured, "Why not make her a book she can read though that's about her and all the wonderful things she is?"

Here's a little of what I came up with:

The idea was to have her practice her reading while articulating all these positive affirmations. I think she'll love it, and I know it's an instant keepsake.

The final result, because of how this brag book is formatted by the photo centre, will have a black border around each image. I'd prefer without, but again, free.

As a side-note, what fun I had digging through some archived pics of my getting-bigger-every-day girl. This one made me swoon a little...


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