Good morning! Happy Monday! I hope the week ahead is a great one for us all. This week we are having a LOT of jobs done around our house, hopefully! We are having our broken fencing replaced (we are paying for this) and then the council are fixing the stairs (hopefully!) and a blown window in our bedroom. I’m really looking forward to having a couple of jobs crossed off the list – as then we can find get the hall landing and stairs carpet fitted! Also, Daisy has a milk trial in hospital this week, which feels pretty daunting. I’m trying to put it to the back of my mind for the next 2 days but I can’t go with her sadly, as I’ve got to be home for the council workers to come in. Anyway, Living Arrows 2/52 is live – how are we already halfway through the month almost?!
Daisy loves a cheeky McDonalds, and we love that they are able to cater to her FPIES allergies. I have a post about parents debating ‘would you take your child to McDonalds?’ I personally feel it’s a great little treat for little ones. Daisy loves being able to have a bunless happy meal and get herself a little toy too.
Happy Monday! I’m actually writing this just an hour before it publishes, as I’ve been a little lax this weekend. Daisy and I had a lovely weekend relaxing together and we got through a whole weekend of being alone together just fine. This weeks living arrows 2/52 post is now live!
Daisy is playing with a little bunch of artificial flowers that she found in the hall and she had so much fun. The flowers kept her entertained for absolutely ages and she had great fun separating them out. Daisy practised her colours, counting and also did lots of pretending to smell the flowers.
Well Living Arrows 2/52 is here already! I can tell that I am really going to be looking forward to Monday from now on. I quite like Monday already but it can’t hurt to have something else to look forward to. Being able to look back on these posts next year will be lovely – just to see how much Daisy has grown and changed.
Living Arrows is a linky by the lovely Donna from What The Redhead Said. Each week parents link up to share photos of their children from the past week. It is a lovely chance to reflect on those small but lovely moments in life.
You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth – Kahlil Gibran
Living Arrows 2/52 – 2017
Isn’t the inquisitive nature of children just fascinating? Daisy is now at an age where she wants to explore. This is the first time that Daisy has noticed a pocket! It is fascinating to watch Daisy at this age – you can almost see her cogs turning!
My husband is such a wonderful Father. He is always happy to enjoy cuddles with Daisy, complete his share of the less glamorous parenting jobs and Daisy adores him. When he is working day shifts I often see Daisy looking towards the door and she simply says ‘Dada’. Usually she goes to playing toys right after but it still makes me sad for a few seconds!
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