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February Memory Planner Pages - Part 1

Februray Memory Planner Pages for @heidiswapp by @createoften

February went by way too fast, which is why I am so thankful for my Memory Planner to keep these memories alive! At the end of the month I didn't couldn't have told you if February was good or not. All I could remember was how I have stopped eating sugar and all I want is a donut. Ha!

Then I started flipping through my planner and I was able to remember all the sweet, funny, and good moments that I never want to forget again!

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Februray Memory Planner Pages for @heidiswapp by @createoften

My favorite part of my February Memory Planner pages is this little mini book that was made for me by Maggie Massey. I just had to adhere a pocket to the front to slip it inside so that I can look at it whenever I want.

Februray Memory Planner Pages for @heidiswapp by @createoften

I added lots of candid photos this month! This helps tell my everyday story. I even added a screen shot of the flowers that was suppose to be sent to Emily Waters, Heidi Swapp's marketing specialist, by the media team. When really she got half that and a few irises thrown in. That makes me laugh every time I think about it!

Februray Memory Planner Pages for @heidiswapp by @createoften

I love day 12, "Today I picked up a cake from Sweetly Baked so I could photograph a party." Day 13, "We ATE the cake after pictures."

Februray Memory Planner Pages for @heidiswapp by @createoften

Hence the reason why I am not having sugar right now.

Februray Memory Planner Pages for @heidiswapp by @createoften

I tried to catch more photos of the kids interacting. Like this one of Bre brushing E's hair. This photo was taken about 15 minutes before we found her brushing her hair with a wet toilet brush in the bathroom. (The struggle is real, people.)

Create Well: Document the hard with the good. Later the hard might be just what you laugh about.



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