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My little Daisy is a wonderful personality. On one hand, she is feisty, independent and head-strong. On the other hand, she is caring, kind, polite and considerate. At just 2 Daisy already helps me with chores, sometimes without prompting. Daisy is happy to put washing into the machine, puts her own dishes into the sink, and puts her rubbish into the bin. I don’t have to prompt her much to do this now, as it has just become a habit for her already. I’m really pleased, as I want her to be a responsible person as she grows up and I hope that I am teaching her skills for life. This weeks Living Arrows post, Living Arrows 20/53, is now live – hope you enjoy it!
This was taken at 8am on Thursday, when I had just got Daisy ready to go to her Grandparent’s house for the day. Daisy has already messed up her hair, removed her socks and has mess all over her face. This really sums up her little personality. Daisy is being helpful, putting the socks into the washing machine, but is also looking at me with a cheeky expression – as she knows she shouldn’t be doing that!
Being a parent can be such a wonderful experience at times. I feel so blessed to have a daughter, after my 7 years of infertility, and I hope to be blessed with another child one day in the future! For now I’m really content just teaching Daisy new things, enjoying life together and watching her grow and learn new things. I love that Daisy is happy to help with chores and is already starting to become responsible and a little bit independent. I don’t want her to grow up too fast but I want her to be able to enjoy a nice home, and be aware that we all have to put a little effort in to have a lovely home and life.
If you enjoyed this Living Arrows post you may enjoy looking back at our first full year of Living Arrows.