Happy Monday. I hope the week ahead is going to be a good one for us all. Last week was quite a busy one in our house as Thomas was working in the garden on his days off getting it ready for some work we are having done soon. This meant that I had even more hours with Daisy to fill so I let her play some games on my MacBook for the first time – it was a real hit! Living Arrows 19/52 – Daisy learns to use the computer.Continue reading
Happy Monday! I hope that the week ahead is a good one for us all. I’m off for an operation tomorrow so spending the day today keeping busy with household chores and spending time with Thomas and Daisy. Last week was an exciting one for us – as we got a new car! I was also exhausted after traveling to Blog On in Manchester so I missed taking part in last weeks Living Arrows post. This weeks living arrows 19/52 post is now live!
Here you can see Daisy and Thomas having an explore of the new car. Daisy loves that she has her own door now, as we’ve gone from a 3 door to a 5 door. She was a little disappointed to learn that she still has to sit in her ‘baby seat’ but I explained she’s got YEARS longer of that! The car has lots of features that our old car didn’t have but Daisy was just excited to learn that it has music inside, like the old one. When we didn’t instantly turn on the stereo she started singing instead all the way home.
This week has been a great one. I’m almost back to my full health now and Daisy has been feeling great too. We have had several good days playing, learning and more. I have been able to avoid working too much and the Mum guilt has stayed at bay in the past week. We have had lots of time to read new books, go on rides in the town and visit our allotment. It has been a lovely week all round. Finally! Hooray. Hopefully I will stay healthy now and we can enjoy lots of time together. Our Living Arrows 19/52 post 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 19/52 – 2017