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Climb



Climb, originally uploaded by Lukasmummy.

Credits: Layered template (Scrappy Sunday, September 2010, Template b) by Jen Tapler, Tea Party At Georgia’s Glitter Styles by Jewel Goodwin and Jane Shaver (Red Genius Enterprises), Make Your Own Calendar Date Circles by Jen C Designs and Nicole (slightly recoloured) and Nicole Alphas by Melissa Robinson (Melly Scraps). Font is Bradley Hand.

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Early Birthday BBQ



Early Birthday BBQ, originally uploaded by Lukasmummy.

Credits:Layered template (Handy Helpers 2, Template 1) by Denise Tilley (DigiDesigns By Denise), I’m Funky by Jen C Designs and Tea Party At Georgia’s Glitters by Red Genius Enterprises (Jane Shaver and Jewel Goodwin. Fonts are MTF XOXOvo2.1 and MTF Toast by Miss Tiina and Pea Angedawn by Amanda Bottoms (Fonts For Peas).
Journalling reads: When it comes to birthday presents, I have a very bad habit of giving them to the boys early. Iam awful at keeping secrets from people and surprising them, mostly because I am so impatient. I want to see their reaction as soon as I have the gift to give them. This year that ended up working in my favour for once. I gave the boys one of Logan’s birthday presents to play with one day when they were being noisy and annoying each other. I thought it would be a good distraction and an activity they could do together. They had a lot of fun playing with it and fighting over who got what to play with. Their birthdays ended up being really rubbish, so I am glad that they at least had this chance to play with and enjoy one of the birthday presents, before all of the chaos. Even if all of the little bits are now missing. Although the best part for me is having photographic evidence that they can play nicely together!

Staying Cool In The Pool

Staying Cool In The Pool, originally uploaded by Lukasmummy.

Credits: Layered template (Ballerina Princess Templatez, Template 2) by Jeanye Labaya (NeeNee’s Creative Inspirations, It’z A Neet Design), Date Stamps 2 by Janet Phillips, Summer Surprises by Jane Shaver and Jewel Goodwin (Red Genius Enterprises) and P365 Basics Beaten Up White Alpha by Jewel Goodwin (Mad Genius Designs). Fonts are FO Howie’s Stamps Lowfat by Fontologie and DJB Sissy by Darcy Baldwin.
Journalling reads: When the summer heat was enough to make us both feel like we were melting, we did the only thing we could think of to keep cool, we got out the paddling pool. We set it up on the deck and filled it with bucket after bucket of water. Then we dug out our swimming costumes and filled the pool with toys before we climbed in. It was just big enough for both of us to sit in, Daddy was being a spolisport and didn’t want to join in, but we had a great time splashing around in the pool.

Ella In The Pool

Ella In The Pool, originally uploaded by Lukasmummy.

Credits: Layered template (Cindy’s Templates Set 31, Template 4) by Cindy Schneider and Summer Surprises and Summer Surprises Cardstock by Jane Shaver and Jewel Goodwin (Red Genius Enterprises).

Your 1st Baseball Bat

Your 1st Baseball Bat, originally uploaded by Lukasmummy.

Credits: Layered template (Cindy’s Templates Set 31, Template 3) by Cindy Schneider, Ribbon from Summer Surprises Blog Freebie by JennCK, Ribbon and Staple from Summer Surprises Blog Freebie by Linda Walton, Stitching from Pretty Cozy by Jewel Goodwin (Mad Genius Designs) and Summer Surprises by Jane Shaver and Jewel Goodwin (Red Genius Enterprises). Fonts are Goudy Stout and DJB Writes A Lot by Darcy Baldwin.
Journalling reads: Everytime Nannie Donna went on holiday, she used to take great pleasure in bringing you back some, well I will be nice and say unusual gifts. She seemed to look for the most noisy or destructive thing she could possibly find. This time that happened to be a Power Ranger Baseball bat and ball set. Not only was it a potentially lethal weapon but it made the sound of shattering glass everytime anything touched it. I can’t even guess at how many times, me and daddy came racing down to the garden thinking you had smashed the shed window or the kitchen door. You couldn’t quite get the hang of swinging it at the ball, but we had a lot of fun trying at the park. We soon moved on to mummy and daddy hitting the ball and you chasing after it, like a dog. You are such a funny little boy Lukas.