November 18, 2011

Through the Years

Yeah, I know.  I haven't done a "real" post (you know, one in which I ramble on and on) in a while (quit cheering).

But I've been busy.  Yeah, yeah, I know I've used that one before - but this time it's true!

Besides, I entered a giveaway last month.  I NEVER enter those.  Because I never win or it's usually something that I really don't need or want.

But Summer hosted a Shutterfly giveaway at her blog, Le Musings of Moi.  And well, I HAD to enter.  One because I had just been at their website (which I LOVE) beginning to put together a photobook for my dad and my mother-in-law for Christmas and two, because it's Shutterfly!

So I entered....and I won a $25 credit!  So, armed with that news I've been busy over there working on the book.  And tonight?  I think I've finished it.

I'm sharing a modified version here for you.  I hope you enjoy it.  And thanks again, Summer!  I would have made and bought two books anyway - but because of you, I'm getting two fabulous Christmas presents practically free and that means a lot!

Oh, and by the way, I'm also using you as my extra set of eyes; please let me know if you see anything odd or not quite right.  I'm hoping to finalize and buy in the next few days.



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*Other than winning the random giveaway at Summer's blog, I have not been compensated in anyway.  I just wanted to thank Summer publicly and show off my "little" guy; who is not so little anymore  despite my strong objections about that.  *sigh*

7 comments:

  1. It's wonderful, and a fabulous journey from toddler to super-hunk! You are so fortunate to have him, and him to have YOU as a mom. Thanks for sharing, and I saw nothing other than a fantastic journey... :-)

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  2. Gigi, that's great! Do people tell you he looks a lot like you, especially when he was little? I sure think he does!

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  3. Congratulations!

    I love the photo book and I think it looks great. It made me a little teary eyed too - because of course, it made me think of my own little guy! I think I might go do one of those for my husband. He is so hard to buy for and I know he'd love that! Thanks you for the idea.

    I loved looking at the photos of your son through the years. It's amazing how, as they grow and change, they still look exactly the same. *sigh*

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  4. Very good!

    You know what would have made it perfect? I mean really, really purrrr-fec'!

    It could have had me in it!!!

    Seriously though, as they grow faster than pimples on the nose just before your high school reunion, it's a perfect way of recording our children's progression from birth to the day they put us in the retirement home.

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  5. Such nice photos! He looks pretty much exactly the same as when he was just a wee kid!

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  6. Did I really not comment on this post? I'm so sorry!!!

    I love the pictures and can't find anything that needs to be fixed. He is a very handsome boy and I really enjoyed getting to watch him grow up right before my very eyes. :)

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  7. Damn you! Maybe it's because I'm sick but now I'm crying, why do they have to grow up? I think I will nail Hailey's door shut, I'm tired of this growing up thing! It's beautiful, you did a great job.

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