Living Arrows // 46/52


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

Every week I'll be sharing a capture of my littles - either individually or together. To capture how they grow and change week by week.

Hasn't the weather suddenly changed these last weeks? It's now bitter cold and pretty miserable most days, but I've tried to still get out and about with the littles are much as possible. Wednesdays are my yo-yo days as Indie is only in preschool for the mornings. And my goodness do those 3 hours whizz by!

Parker and I usually head out straight from drop off in order to be back in time. Last week we needed a few bits so we walked up to our local Tesco - via the park of course though. P was in his element climbing trees, racing through the leaves and we even spotted a squirrel or two. He's a little whirlwind, but I just love his adventurous personality.

I didn't have any individual photos of Indiana to share this week, so the photo I'm sharing features my nephew Oliver too. They're only 6 weeks apart in age, so as you can imagine they're like two little peas in a pod. Even if they're not communicating with words they seem to be on the same level, and it's honestly the loveliest relationship to watch.

On Saturday we visited a local park with my sister and her little ones, which is where this photo was taken. As you can imagine they all left absolutely soaked, (praise the lord for puddle suits huh?). But they had such a blast together!

Living Arrows


  1. That splashing photo is just gorgeous! Wellies are pretty high up our list now that Little M has started to walk - a a puddle suit is much needed, too! x

  2. It's so cold!!! I love that last photo, that is just how childhood should be x

  3. You spend so much time outside but yep, it's suddenly turned this week and we are on fully fledged winter days now. Parker looks so warm in his hat! x

  4. That last photograph is absolutely lovely! What a capture! #Livingarrows

  5. They look like they're having a fab time jumping in that puddle! And I feel you with the short preschool hours - Gabe goes three mornings a week and I never seem to have time to do much of anything before I have to go back to pick him up again! #LivingArrows


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