I stayed up kind of late last night to finish this layout. The pictures are from my birthday during the day when it was just me and T at home. I scooped her up and tried to tickle her, hold her and take the picture all at the same time. =) They turned out okay, I like that they're a bit candid.
The yellow graph is something that my sister bought at Joann's in Easter Oregon and sent to me. Apparently, it's a clay mold, but we've been using them as stamps. It came in a package with another design and if I remember right, I think she said they were on clearance for $0.99, what a deal!
And this layout of Terrance as a brand new, 4 day old, precious little newborn baby was published in the Aug/Sept 2008 issue of Somerset Memories. Which is now my new favorite magazine, by the way. I got a copy of it as compensation and I was (since it was the first time I'd ever laid eyes on an issue) blown away by it. It's an amazing publication! It's completely different from every other mainstream magazine that's on the shelves. It seems to me that they're targeting a whole new market. The advanced scrapbookers/paper crafters/artists! It was really a breathe of fresh air. I'm debating on whether or not I should subscribe to it. It's kind of pricey at $30 for a year's (6 issues) subscription, but I'm thinking that it'll probably be worth it since 1. I LOVE it! and 2. No one in my area carries it (that I've been able to find) so I can't just go out and buy it.
Anywho, that's all I've got for today. I'm now going to work on my 1,000 word argumentative research paper that's due next Monday. My topic is something along the lines of how we (as a society) would benefit if "parenting licenses" and other regulatory acts were to be implemented by the government. And yes, I would be for it. There are way too many people out there who have kids and clearly shouldn't.