Living Arrows 5/52 {2019}

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

Every Monday for the rest of this year I will share with you two photo’s of my children that celebrate their childhood.

Daisy

On Saturday afternoon we went exploring to find a walled garden that I’d recently realised was fairly local to us. The grounds were absolutely beautiful, there were 3 huge ponds each frozen from the recent cold weather. Daisy spotted a few ducks huddling on the embankment for warmth, she also spotted some fish swimming beneath the ice.

Daisy has had another good week as school, and at home she’s enjoying learning how to play the keyboard with daddy. We were also treated to a performance of one of the little songs she’s been writing, complete with ukulele I definitely think music will play a big role in her future.

Jake

Much to Jake’s delight we found a few spots at the walled garden where the snowfall from earlier in the week hadn’t melted. I caught this cheeky face just after he had launched a snowball at daddy and Daisy. I really wish we had as much snow as other parts of the country, the kids would love to be able to build a snowman and have a proper snowball fight.

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13 thoughts on “Living Arrows 5/52 {2019}

  1. It’s so weird to see how some people got a lot of snow and some got none. I definitely feel sorry for the ones that didn’t get any snow because I know how much children love it.

  2. Sounds like you all enjoyed the adventure outdoors. Hubby felt there was very little snow too. I wonder how our country would cope with -40 like Canada. #LivingArrows

  3. Oh Angela your photos are gorgeous! Look at their happy little faces. They always look as happy outdoors as they do crafting and learning indoors. They are having such a wonderful childhood x

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