For me, January is all about organization!
I realize I'm not the only one... But each year when I start putting Christmas away, I get the itch to start organizing. Every. space. in. my. house! Yesterday I literally spent all day long organizing. From the basement to the office; from the pantry to the sock drawer! One organization project seems to lead to another.
Ever since Little Man was born, I have debated about how to organize our photos and memories! I have debated about photos versus scrapbooking versus printing our family blog book! I stil haven't nailed down a system that I completely love, but I am thrilled about this fun idea:
I stumbled on several adorable interview ideas on Pinterest, and I knew I had to create my own!
I actually conducted my first interview with Little Man over the summer when he turned 2 1/2. This was the first time that I felt I could pin him down to try to have a real conversation. His answers to the questions were hysterical! I actually busted out the video camera because it was so fun to see him answer the questions in his very own little way. This frame has been sitting on his dresser since then. I decided that I want to conduct interviews every 6 months which means we are preparing for our next interview. Can you believe that my Little Man is almost three years old?! He is growing up way too fast.
Here are the questions that I asked this time around:
What is your name?
How old are you?
What color is your hair?
What color are your eyes?
What is your favorite food?
What is your favorite song?
What is your favorite treat?
What is your favorite color?
What is your favorite animal?
What is your favorite book?
What is your favorite store?
What do you like to do with Daddy?
What do you like to do with Mommy?
What is your favorite movie?
What is your favorite TV show?
Who are your friends?
What is your favorite thing to do outside?
What is your favorite thing to play inside?
Then I used some elements from Crystal Wilkerson's Jumbo Alphabet and October's Sweet Paper Collection as well as Echo Park Paper's Little Boy Element Pack. (Some of my favorites!) I sized this as an 8x10 and sent it over to Costco.
I placed it in a frame on Little Man's dresser...
I plan on keeping these in his scrapbook or baby book.
What a fun way to remember his little personality!
Don't forget to come link up your creations tomorrow to my very first "Wednesday's Wowzers" linky party! I can't wait to see what you've been working on!
Also, the winner of the Silhouette Cameo will be announced tonight! Exciting times on the blog!