This little guy had been feeling a little under the weather last week and was dealing with a runny nose. This past weekend his cold really hit and today will be his second day home from daycare (let's not even discuss how hard it is to stomach paying for daycare when he isn't there...). These sick days, where his normally big, round eyes are turned downwards, are one of the most helpless feeling times as a parent. But when he's constantly climbing into our laps, or wanting to be picked up and snuggled, I'm secretly thankful for the attention, because it won't last forever.
And if he always looks this sweet when he's sick, then, well, we'll get through just fine.
You may recognize this spread from the process video that I posted last week. If you missed it, you can check that out here. Continuing on with my idea to experiment more with my spreads, I added more color than I'm used to, and I love how it turned out.
I had so much fun putting together this spread. After taking the photo of the mustard sweater I bought I knew that I would be using the orange midnight cards as an accent throughout my spread. I love when the design comes to me that quickly and easily!
Despite this weekend beginning on a bit of a rough note (after
nearly three weeks I finally replaced the carafe to my coffee maker that I
broke, only to drop the new one onto the floor not even one hour after buying
it), I did something that I’ve wanted to do for a while now. I made a video!
This is for all those people who have asked me about my process. I detailed it here, but there's nothing quite like a visual, am I right?
I tried a lot of new things, and I really enjoyed the process... and the results! I loved putting this together, so I really hope you all enjoy it.