Knowing i would not be able to keep up with a project365 and take a photo a day, the idea of documenting a page a week was very appealing. Not only appealing, but doable. This year's project is housed in an American Crafts d-ring binder, just like the rest of my library of books. The page protectors are from Becky Higgins. They are the Divided Photo Pocket Pages - Design A and Divided Photo Pocket Pages - Design B.
There is not a set rhyme of reason to how this will flow. Some weeks will be more organized, some weeks will be pieces of this and that. Some weeks will have lengthy journaling (my goal), and some weeks I will simply jot a few notes here and there.
Today I have posted what I have of weeks 1-3. Will post more at a later date.

cover page with us right now

week 1


half of week3. this ended up to be a double page spread. a good opportunity to celebrate the little mr's monthly milestones.

enjoying this process.
enjoying thinking about the stories intently throughout the week.
and i know i will be enjoying looking back at these precious stories a year from now.


  1. Really like the idea of one page a week in lieu of 365...I have all I can do to with the rest of my daily activities without adding the stress of remembering to take Really like these divided pages that you and Ali are using and will have to get me some. Years ago when I as a CM rep. I begged them to come out with something like this because quite frankly...NOT everyone wants to mount their photos and/or decorate a page. I love tht you can type out a journal card and pop it in a slot in the divided pages. Thanks for the inspiration...funny how I haven't scrapbooked in years and I'm being drawn back into it again...hmmm
    Have a great day, fondly, Roberta

  2. gulp, i see some new 7gypsies stuff that i ain't go yet! lol
    i want that baby, i wanna pinch his cheeks!!!
    i adore the kraft on kraft look! love love love

  3. I'm so happy your doing this Jamie!
    It looks fabulous, just love love your style ;-)

    Hugs ~