Through Every Season

Scrapbooking Up a Storm

I normally scrapbook 5 to 7 pages once a year starting in October 
and send copies to my family in Texas as Christmas gifts.  
Kinda narcissistic, I know, but I do it because I love to receive scrapbook 
pages in return of their families.  Does that make me even more narcissistic?
We don’t get to see each other often enough and I love to see pictures of my 
nephews and niece and what they are doing in scrapbooks and on my sister’s blogs.
This year we met them in Arkansas in October, then my in-laws came 
to visit in November.. so I didn’t start scrapbooking until December.
It’s January now and a record breaking 29 pages later 
(we did a lot this year) I am still scrapbooking.
I only have 3 or 4 pages to go.. I will defiantly not be sending copies of them all.
Choosing which pages should go to who might be challenging.
I’ll try to pick the ones I think the kids will enjoy the most.
We had had snow Christmas day.. that added these 3 pages.. 
We had 4-6 inches of snow over Christmas weekend.. a new record for Huntsville.
Missed church because the roads were icy.
Josh got to help build the snowman this time.
He actually took the lead and insisted perfection out of Joel and Judi.
They spent over an hour on him.
James hid out in his room on the computer.  
I should have made him come out for the last picture.
So happy to have so many pictures to scrapbook.  đź™‚


  1. Elayne

    Beautiful….I love those colors…definitely worth waiting for. That is a great sunset on the lake with snow! That one deserves a frame and a spot in your home.

  2. Tonya @ Live the Adventure

    Your pages are beautiful- what a great way to capture those memories! I used to scrapbook a lot but haven't for the past few years. In fact, all of my scrapbooking supplies are still in storage. My kids love it though and want me to get started again. Maybe we could scrapbook together sometime. Chelsea used to scrapbook with me. Maybe the girls could work on a few things of their own. Blessings! 🙂

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