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This and That (both sides)

Cheri Thieleke ScrapSimple Digital Layout Album Templates: 12x12 Around N Around

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Thao Cosgrove Loving Baby Boy Collection Biggie

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Journaling: For at least six months, your favorite words were “this” and “that.” You usually pointed at the object in question and always said the word as plain as day.You had a few other words you said on a regular basis, among them “dada” and “dah” for dog, but it was the all-purpose, handy-dandy “this” and “that” you said all the time. It was so noticeable that Lydia at People Place (play group) talked to me about how cute it was. Our friends and their children loved to giggle about it and imitate you.”William, what do you want?” “This!” I was amazed you could say the words so clearly. “Th” and “s” are difficult sounds to master. Curiously enough, as your vocabulary eventually expanded exponentially, you could no longer say the “s” sound well at all. Oh well, it served you well while it lasted and you’ll re-learn it soon!

Sketch technique inspired by Joyce Schardt

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This is a wonderful template Cheri. I'm so impressed that you are able to squeeze so much information onto two pages and yet it's not overly crowded. This is a great template to scrap a series of photos. I love your double frames and the title. Not only the words, "This & That", but the use of the lined paper over layers of different solid colors for the alpha. I'm working on a new "sketch technique" that I will share with you when I've refined it . . . which is much easier. The little watercolor sketch of your son looks terrific!

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These are awesome templates and such an adorable page, Cheri! William is such a cutie! I'm loving the colors and your journaling, title and sketch are all fantastic. Love this page!

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