Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Can we trade my FREEBIES for your forgiveness?!

Oh!  My poor, neglected blog and followers.  I am sorry for my LONG absence.  But, I promise, I have been away for good reason - two reasons actually:

1 - This cutie!  Our son was born on June 5th, 2012 at 4:24a.m.  His name is Mason and he is a very good, happy baby.  Joe and I are lucky and proud parents!

2 - I am still unsure about my teaching position for the 2012 / 2013 school year (long, complicated story - I will spare you).  And when I do not know what I am teaching, it is difficult to plan.  And when I am not planning, I am not creating.  And when I am not creating, I do not have anything exciting to share with you.  :(

Anyway, it looks like I will either be doing Title I Math OR ESL at my school.  I was supposed to have an answer by yesterday, but I am sure you know how those things go - I am still waiting for an answer.  Once I get the "go ahead," you can be assured that I will be planning, creating, and blogging once again!

In the meantime, here are some FREEBIES I would like to share with you.  I hope you can edit them and use them in your own classroom!

This first PowerPoint document contains a planning binder cover and title pages to keep yourself organized.  Click HERE to grab it from my TPT Store.

The wallpaper is from Dreamlike Magic:
The frame is from the 3 a.m. Teacher:
I used the fonts "Allie Marie" and "Everytime I Miss You."

I made this second printable because I will be nursing when I return to work, so obviously there will be times throughout the school day when I need some privacy.  I will hang this sign on my door.  You may not be nursing, but perhaps you need a break from the daily chaos once in awhile.  (Who am I kidding?  Teachers do not get breaks, ha!)  Click HERE to grab the printable.  It is a Word document, so you can edit it.

I used the font "Everytime I Miss You."
The border is from the wonderful 3 a.m. Teacher:

That is it for now.  I cannot believe my baby has been napping for an hour and a half!  Wow!  He must have known how badly Mommy wanted to blog, hehe.  Thanks for stopping by!

1 comment:

  1. Congrats on the cutie! I can remember when my son was born 13 years ago. I was nursing as well and I would put a "Testing! Do Not Disturb!" sign on my door for privacy. I can remember someone asking me that year, "Why are you testing so much this year, Mrs. Greene?" Their face turned every shade of red when I explained it to them.

    :) Good luck on your new position, whatever it may be. Let us know! Glad to have you back!



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