Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Thursday, February 13, 2014
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Sunday, June 02, 2013
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Friday, March 15, 2013
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
So why am I telling you all this? Well because I’m doing a week in the life of the Vidoni’s Project Life style. Which means I’ll be scrapping all about our day to day life one week at a time and posting it here for your and mostly my enjoyment :) I have a feeling that this will take the place of most of blogging because I’ll already be scrapping about what we are doing. So I hope you enjoy my pages and catching up on what we are doing…
Here are my pages about January. I hope you can read all of my journaling. If you can’t let me know so I can make changes to my pages so that they will be larger for you to read.
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Here are a lot of picture and a few videos from an afternoon of sledding. The kids loved it and we should do this more often.
Please note that I am using my new camera. Something I am still learning how to use. It was so bright that day I just couldn’t figure out what setting to have my white balance on. So some of these pictures are way too bright. But still adorable :)
Christmas is always exciting, especially when you have kids.
Awake and ready to see what Santa brought us. Ethan woke up around 7 and then we had to wake Madelyn up. She was very sleepy
The kids walked out and were thrilled to find that Santa brought them bikes. That was the one thing that Ethan asked for Christmas.
After presents at home it was off to Grandma & Grandpa Withers’ for our annual Christmas morning omelets and presents. This year the kids got new pillows, sleeping bags and flash lights.
This year we surprised my mom with her very own kitchenaid and it was her very favorite color…yellow! When we were young my dad would wrap part of a present and then ask us why would we need that if we didn’t have the other part of it. For instance we wrapped the whisk to my mom’s kitchen aid and then asked her why she would need a whisk if she doesn’t have anything to use it with…then we gave her the big present. We are a silly family.
She seemed pretty happy with her present. My dad got some fun gadgets for his truck but he had those installed before Christmas so we didn’t get to surprise him with anything.
The rest of the day was spent visiting my grandma and spending time at home enjoying all of our presents.