Good morning, Happy Monday! For most of us, we have made it through our first full week of being in isolation due to Covid-19. I’ve been home for over 2 weeks myself so far, and feel like I am settling in well to the idea that we can’t really go outside. I have a feeling this is going to stretch on much beyond the 3 weeks that the Government mentioned, but we will see. For now, we’re just focusing on enjoying our time at home together and Daisy is still unaware that we CAN’T go out! I’m really grateful for this.Continue reading
Happy Monday! We’ve had a bit of a difficult few days recently, so I’m not sure what this week is going to bring for us. Daisy and I will have a few days together though, as well as a weekend with Thomas home, which will be lovely. We are waiting for some news from the council, potentially today, that may make or break our week. I don’t want to go into all the details yet but it’s been a tough few days for sure! This weeks living arrows 14/52 post is now live!
This is a lower quality phone pic but just look at the happiness in Daisy’s face! It was her Birthday recently and due to chickenpox, we didn’t get to see everyone before she was contagious. Our friends came round and gave her this beautiful mermaid outfit, with a headband, that she has been absolutely loving.
Last week has been a bit boring compared to the previous week! We had Daisy’s 1 year vaccinations. As expected Daisy suffered some side effects and was unwell for a few days afterwards. We had some restless nights, difficulty sleeping too. Daisy was also unable to weight bear for almost an entire day afterwards. This was SO sad to see and my husband kept on saying how frail and sad she looked. Most of the past week has been spent indoors. However, we’ve played toys, enjoyed cuddles and ate nice food – that is something positive at least! Living Arrows 14/52 is now live!
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 14/52 – 2017