However, this is picture day. So, while making sure everyone saw the envelope with the order form, tapping it several times for effect - as in it's here! Don't forget it! - I had to list off no-no's for pictures. . .things the 4 y.o. would actually pick for himself. No t-shirts. No shirts with monsters. No shirts with holes. No shirts with Jake and the Neverland Pirates. Please, find a collared shirt. What pants or shorts he wears, I don't care; I'm only gonna see him from the waist up in the picture. I didn't worry about his hair either since it's such a close shave to his head, even if he had bed-head I doubt anyone would notice. In a few weeks we'll see what a 4 y.o. looks like for pictures when left up to the devices of his father and two brothers. If nothing else, makes for a good story as to why he looks that way.
Today's inspiration comes from Kristin Perez. She's using the Smaller than a Breadbox kit (the Lily Bee Double Dutch line). I really like this layout, though it's one of those I can't figure out what it is about it. . .the subject, the layout, the colors. I don't know, but I liked it. She also mixed up her embellishments from the Simple Stories line - the flowers are from that kit. A reminder: Don't be afraid to pull elements from another kit if it works for you. There are no rules in scrapbooking! ;)