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With a toddler and a bub on the way, my Project Life has fallen a bit behind in 2014 but I am making great use of the Project Life app to record my pregnancy journey this time.
The app makes recording those important memories so quick and easy, especially since I’ve mostly been taking photos with my iPhone this time instead of putting up with the hubby whinging at having to take yet another belly photo for me.
My digital project life pregnancy pages still need a little bit of tweaking and I think I have a few typos… oops. But once I give them the once over and add a border in photoshop, they will be good to go.
Although I am undecided if I will make a mini photo book out of these ones or print them in 12 x 12 and add them to the baby album for baby 2. I didn’t have a lot of the pregnancy side of things covered in my first daughter’s project life baby album, which you can see in full.
I still need to add in my pregnancy announcement photos too.
Oh and please be kind with the fact that I am showing you my baby belly and swimsuit figure as it gets round haha The horror!
DIGITAL PROJECT LIFE PREGNANCY
The good news is this pregnancy is finally starting to get easier after a rough first trimester. I am 15 weeks tomorrow and my energy has improved and the nausea is gone. Still a bit of reflux though which is something I never had with Lily. It’s horrible. But you will see all of that in my layout journalling no doubt. Lucky I’m a bit of an open book ;)
If you are not sure what project life is, I talk about both general project life and digital project life, so there is a style to suit anyone. Digital project life is more my style these days, as it is so quick and easy, plus the app makes it even easier for creating pages on the go. I have lots of full albums on my blog plus my 2014 album that is in need of some catch up.
Did you record your pregnancies? How?