Living Arrows 32/52 [2019]

Happy Monday! I hope you’ve had a great week. Daisy had no side effects from her vaccinations, which was great, and has enjoyed a great week. Despite this, I’m going to show you a photo from the week before last, as I just can’t resist. I can’t believe how grown-up Daisy is looking. She is almost 3.5 and I swear the last few years have just whizzed by in a blur! This weeks living arrows 32/52 post is now live!

Living Arrows 32/52

I took this photo of Daisy in Grandma’s garden last week. It really hit home for me that we will have our own garden too, and that Daisy looks SO grown up with her hair like this. I’m so glad we let her choose her own hair cut and she seems to be really happy with it too. We still need to clip it back, as it does go in her face a little, but she seems cooler overnight and just generally more content when playing. I don’t have to see her moving the hair from her eyes 100 times a day now which is nice.

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Living Arrows 32/52

We’ve had a good week this week! My husband has been working lots but we’ve managed to get to the allotment twice. Daisy has been under the weather, with an upper respiratory tract infection. This means she has come out in a rash all over her body and isn’t feeling 100%. She doesn’t seem to be letting it hold her back though and she’s still a little ball of energy! My living arrows 32/52 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 32/52 – 2017

Living Arrows 32/52 - Daisy playing with her Jack in the box

You can see here some of Daisy’s spots. Poor girl! They were covering almost her entire body by this point. Fortunately both our Mums were still willing to have Daisy for the day, so I could get some work done. They had to stay home, which is a bit boring, but Daisy still had a great time.

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