Living Arrows 26/53 (2018)

Welcome back to our little weekly round-up of Living Arrows 26/53 (2018). I’m enjoying getting into the routine of sharing a little bit of our life and how my gorgeous 2 year old is growing away so fast along with the new baby!

You can catch up on my last post here: Living Arrows 25/53.

The idea behind Living Arrows is to celebrate childhood. It’s name is taken from a poem by Kahlil Gibran,

“You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth”

Living Arrows 26/53 (2018)

Baby girl is now nearly 29 months old and wearing 4-5 year old clothes. She has such long legs its crazy! Turns after her dad for that. Each day she surprises me with her full on phrases that she speaks. Only yesterday we were out on a walk and she turned around and said “no I want to go that way” and was pointing to the post office! It really surprised me! Of course when I said no we have to go home she had a toddler tantrum and sat on the floor! Rachel over at Kids, Cuddles and Muddy Puddles has some tips on dealing with misbehaviour in public I might need to read up on.

Living Arrows 26/53 (2018)

This little dear was 10 weeks old yesterday. We had the 8 week injections this week (a little late as no earlier appointments due to a baby boom in our area!) and they were tough. Totally upset her and me. First time I’ve had to give her Calpol and had to repeat it through the night.


I hope you have had a good week.

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4 thoughts on “Living Arrows 26/53 (2018)

  1. Age 4-5? Wow! M is 25 months and at the other end of the spectrum as she’s still in 12-18 months. The injections are rough – B’s got her 16 week ones soon and I’m not looking forward to having to get the Calpol out again. Glad to see it didn’t stop your little one sharing that beautiful smile, though! x #LivingArrows

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