Somewhere on Pinterest I cam across someone who made a yearbook for her homeschooled children.
I thought this was a cool idea.
And then I saw someone who scanned all of their children’s art work and put it into a photobook.
I thought this was an awesome idea!
So I combine the two. And got to throw out eighty-one pieces of art work from Sydney’s preschool curriculum.
Was it a lot of work to scan in all those pictures? Yes!
Was it worth it? Oh, yes it was. I am so glad to toss out the originals and have a book where they are all saved, along with a bunch of pictures of her preschool days.
And she was so excited that she asked if she could help with the Kindergarten book, which I agreed to. She asks every day how it is coming, which of course there isn’t much to do every day, but she loves it none the less.
When the book arrived I brought it home to a very excited girl who couldn’t wait to look inside it. So Jordan and I cuddled with all three of our babies in our bed (California King, yeah, it’s awesome.) while looking over the pictures. Audrey announced that one of the puzzles that Sydney is doing in a picture is her hippo puzzle, and that she wanted to go to the M&M school too. Haha! Love that girl.
My favorite page is the very first, in which I have this:
The very first time she ever wrote her name.
Memories worth keeping.