Project 365 {week 52}

This is it. The last full week of 2012.

And what a week it was!

December 23: This is what 3 and a half looks like.

December 23: This is what 3 and a half looks like.

December 24: Cookies and a coke for Santa after a fun party at Granny and Grandpa's house

December 24: Cookies and a coke for Santa after a fun party at Granny and Grandpa’s house

 

December 25: Christmas morning in Sluiter Nation

December 25: Christmas morning in Sluiter Nation

December 26: Playing with all the new things!

December 26: Playing with all the new things!

 

December 27: MUCH needed color and cut for my hairs.

December 27: MUCH needed color and cut for my hairs.

December 28: Poor baby gets the worst diaper rash I have ever seen...so he air dries.

December 28: Poor baby gets the worst diaper rash I have ever seen…so he air dries.

 

December 29: Games in the morning with the boys and then games 'til 2:00am with friends.  Boom.

December 29: Games in the morning with the boys and then games ’til 2:00am with friends. Boom.

I know. There are two more days in this year.

I’ll give you those pics later.

This week I will also wrap up our Christmas and do a couple posts.

Then on the 7th? New look ’round these parts.

YAY!

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About Katie

Just a small town girl...wait no. That is a Journey song. Katie Sluiter is a small town girl, but she is far from living in a lonely world. She is a middle school English teacher, writer, mother, and wife. Life has thrown her a fair share of challenges, but her belief is that writing through them makes her stronger.

Comments

  1. My son wore his “Santa’s Helper” pjs too!

  2. Great pics. Air time is always the best with bad diaper rashes. Always made me feel terrible when they had those. Happy New Year to the Sluiters!!!

  3. Love your hair! (jealous, I’m in dire need of some attention in that area)
    OMG, almost 2013!

  4. Santa likes Pepsi. I’m sure of it.

    I cannot wait for the redesign reveal! Also, my hair is akgjdgklajdkgajgsjgkla (that’s the sound of my disgust.)