Hello! A new week is here and I’m, understandably, anxious for what the week ahead brings. Daisy will be staying home from Nursery and we will be making the most of the time together. And I’ll be juggling work of course where that comes up! Anyway, on Saturday Daisy turned 4! Here is our Living Arrows 12/52 post.
Because of the Coronavirus, we had to cancel Daisy’s Birthday party. We had made our decision before the isolation guidelines came around because we want to keep our family, and others, as safe as possible. I think it is really important for people to stay home if they can.
Happy Monday! What a wonderful week we had last week. On Thursday Daisy turned three and we had a fantastic weekend too. Daisy has LOTS of new toys and is really looking forward to waking up each morning at the moment, just to play toys. In fact, she hasn’t even been asking for her tablet! For days! We’ve had a good rotation of her toys and she’s really enjoying having lots of lovely new toys to play with. This weeks living arrows 12/52 post is now live!
Daisy’s lovely Auntie made her a Birthday cake! As Daisy has FPIES it was wheat, gluten, dairy, soya and coconut free – which is quite the achievement! I’m really proud of Jamie, and it was amazing to see Daisy enjoying a cake. Best of all, there was LOTS of cake left, so that’ll be going in the freezer for a twice-weekly treat for Daisy for many weeks to come.
This last week hasn’t been another great one, I’ll be honest. Daisy has had hand, foot & mouth. I’ve then also come out in a horrible rash on my face… We managed to leave the house TWICE in an entire week. Once before the outbreak and once yesterday, to celebrate Daisy’s Birthday with family. As we are off on holiday today for Daisy’s birthday (tomorrow) I’m hopeful we’ll have a great week this week. Anyway, another week has passed and here is my Living Arrows 12/52 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 12/52 – 2017
We had a lovely day at the allotment and then we stopped off at the park on the way home.