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Last week was one where we just stuck to our usual routines, mostly. We had a trip down to our allotment as we had some work to do. Fortunately we timed it perfectly and when we arrived Daisy was just about to fall asleep. Thanks to the fresh air and good luck we got 1.5 hours of work done before she woke! Once she woke up we was able to entertain with snacks, a drink and some CBeebies for another 1 hour! This meant that we achieved lots and left feeling so happy. As always I love recapping our previous week and here is our Living Arrows 15/52 post
Living Arrows is a linky from the lovely Donna from What The Redhead Said. Parents are invited to link up weekly and share photos of their children from the previous week. I love taking part and I’m looking forward to looking back at the end of the year.
You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth – Kahlil Gibran
Living Arrows 15/52 – 2017
When Daisy woke up, and ate almost ALL of the food I packed, we let her explore. This is the first time that Daisy has been loose on the allotment. She loved it! She ate some dirt, stood up for a little while and crawled half the plot length.
It was so much fun to see her rushing around and enjoying our allotment. Even if a wasp did hit her right in the head and then fly away. I was panicked for a few seconds but she was unfazed and kept on crawling!
Daisy has started walking in the last week, although she still prefers crawling. I’ve been really relaxed about her walking and she has been cruising the furniture for several months. Finally she took her first steps a week ago and has been walking lots since. She isn’t ready to rush around yet, as she is gaining her confidence, but I feel so proud. One and walking. Where does the time go?