Resistance is futile: 10 signs your family is a scrapbooking collective

by Janice Daquila-Pardo on February 24, 2011

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The Borg: Resistance is futile.You know you’ve fully assimilated your family into your scrapbooking lifestyle when:

  1. Your son correctly uses the word “bling” in a sentence.
  2. Your daughter looks forward to shopping for new clothes to go with the patterned papers the FedEx man just delivered from Two Peas in a Bucket.
  3. Your husband is helping your son build his science fair project and comes to your craft room to borrow your Crop-A-Dile.
  4. Your brother calls to find out what colors his family should wear to the reunion so that it will work well for your scrapbook page.
  5. Your kindergartner’s teacher mentions that your child is the only one who calls the Elmer’s glue “adhesive.”
  6. Your husband looks at you in the middle of a fun family moment and says, “You have to scrap this!”
  7. Your son shows confusion when they mention crop circles in an alien movie.
  8. Your daughter complains that the construction paper at school isn’t acid free.
  9. Your daughter asks to take your Copic markers to school for show and tell.
  10. You and your mom don’t care about the Super Bowl or the Oscars, but you do organize a party at your house to watch the CHA reveals.

How do you know? Leave a comment to add your own. :-)

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Jeni March 26, 2011 at 10:06 pm

Love this. Thanks for the smile. Found your blog through Tammy, one of your classmates.


Janice Daquila-Pardo March 27, 2011 at 11:55 pm

Hi Jeni, and thanks for visiting! This post was tons of fun to write (my husband even enjoyed adding to it!).


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