I’m a little obsessed with journal printables. In case you haven’t noticed.
I created this free journal printable as a quick, simple way for moms to document what’s going on in their family’s lives.
Our children change so quickly, and I don’t know about you, but I want to savor and remember as much of their childhoods as possible.
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Here is what my family is up to:
Me: Nothing. However, as I type this I just Amazon Primed Kristen Hannah’s The Nightingale. I’m determined to read it over a time span of weeks, not months.
5 year old: We are currently re-reading Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. I am loving it just as much as her.
Me: Cold weather.
Kids: Nothing because childhood is awesome and they are too little and innocent to dread anything. May they stay this way forever and never become negative, angry teens.
5 year old: Reading! As an avid reader (at least before kids) nothing makes me happier. Everyday she shows more interest in words. (See how we practice sight words).
2 year old: 2 year molars (pity me, PLEASE) and her speech is growing and evolving by leaps and bounds. Also, independence. Which means I want to pull my hair out 32 times a day.
Me: Pumpkin spice season!
5 year old: Kindergarten. Everyday she looks in her school folder and questions why there isn’t any homework in there.
2 year old: Doing crazy toddler things.
Me: At this very moment? Mad at my husband because he threw out my last piece of apple pie when cleaning the fridge. Poor guy.
5 year old: Happy and loving every single thing about life.
2 year old: Crazy. Because toddlers!
Me: Working from home and being able to “do it all”.
5 year old: She dreams about things like falling off the moon.
2 year old: Who knows! Toddlers are nuts.
Me: Whatever my kids are watching.
5 year old: Doc McStuffins and the Gummy Bear song music video
2 year old: Sesame Street
Me: Whatever my kids are listening to, but I must say I’m a little obsessed with Justin Beiber’s new album. Does that make me weird?
Me: Life, love, family and health. Cliché, I know.
5 year old: “Tacos!”
2 year old: The ability to climb probably.
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