Most of my Project Life layouts are the typical 2 page layouts. I may switch up what pocket pages I use from time to time but for the most part I stick to just 2 pages. If I have too many photos for a week I will usually edit them into a 4x6 photo collage (like mentioned in this post).
But then there's a few weeks out of the year that just need more than a 2 page layout. This week was one of those weeks...baseball playoffs, soccer games and a certain little girl's 2nd birthday. So in this instance I actually added 2 extra pages into my album for that week.
The design G pocket page allowed me to add more photos of my son's baseball playoffs. The design H page I used to hold my daughter's 2nd birthday photos along with one of the folding journal cards.
You can also see how I used design F pocket page to hold birthday photos in my daughter's album in this post.
Above - design H on the left, design G on the right. You can also see the full sized pages peaking through.
And the last layout of the week - design G on the left, design A on the right.
Like I said, I usually like to keep each week to just a 2 page spread but every once in a while you just have more to share :) But since I still do traditional scrapbook layouts of big events I like to keep my PL album fairly simple & embellishments to a minimum (esp the bulky ones) so that I can keep it to 1 album per year.