196 pages, 340+ pictures.
It's also kind of difficult when you don't have the originals of ANYTHING - you had to pull it all from the web or someone's camera phone.
Despite putting out several calls for pictures and articles, there were really only a few families who contributed.
I've also decided that the Blurb software was quality checked by blind monkeys. It's pure evil and maddening. I don't think I'd use that option again (for what that's worth).
I've stressed about this way more than is healthy. I worry about whether I've "done it right" and I have to keep reminding myself that it is what it is and you can't please everyone.
It has some great pictures of the kids. It has the background story of how it all came together. It shows how crazy the whole process was. It was fun to remember the whole insane process and realize how much you forget when the situation is over.
As I type this, my son is scaling the furniture while making train noises and saying, "Pushing cars! Pushing cars!" And they're home.
That's really the most important thing, right?
[I didn't do a dust cover - so order a soft copy only (if you happen to be one of the families that is interested.)]