It’s officially summer! And it has been for over a week now and we’re all excited here at our house. There will be less running around and more time at home. Days with nothing to do but sip lemonade while the kids happily play together . . . complete bliss. Yeah right!
The fighting will be at an all-time high. I’m still trying to figure that one out. I love having my kids home, but the fighting. Aaagh!
OK, so now that school is over, you’re probably faced with a massive amount of school papers, projects, journals, etc. The kids will come home with their backpacks filled to the brim with all the cute things they’ve finished up and it will all get piled on the kitchen table, the countertops, perhaps even spilling over onto the stove.
Just make sure you clear the stove before you cook anything.
What’s a person to do?
Do you feel like scraping it all into the trash because it’s just too much? Or do you feel obligated to keep every single one of your child’s art work, bulky projects, math papers and spelling tests? Do you shove them under the bed, or pack them in boxes and forget about them?
Well, fugetaboutit. There’s a better way. A much better way.
Aw, isn’t that cute? And compact and precious? And just downright adorable? Wait a minute . . . what the heck is this beautiful thing?
This, my friends, is the answer. This is the “end of the year” book I make for each one of my kids during our blissful lemonade-sipping summers when we have nothing else to do except bask in each other’s company.
Oh, but the fighting. I forgot about that.
Back to the book: where are the bulky projects? Where are all the art pages and baking soda volcanoes? Did I ruthlessly toss them into the trash, never to be remembered?
Nope. It’s like magic inside this book. Pure magic.
Now for the teaser: check back soon and I’ll show you pages from the inside and what I do and how I’ve completely changed the way I look at school papers.
You’ll never go back to the dark abyss of endless mountains of school stuff again. This will change your life!