Good afternoon! I’ve not been working over the weekend so completely forgot to get this scheduled in! Daisy and I have been enjoying a lovely weekend and Tom was home for most of it too which was great. We just enjoyed each other’s company, relaxed and enjoyed being at home. Our new dog is arriving this weekend so we wanted to keep it low maintenance ready for all the life changes that are coming our way!Continue reading
Happy Monday! I feel like this week is going to be a super productive one. Daisy is going to be visiting all of her Grandparents and has two mornings in Nursery too. I’ve made plans for most of the week and we’re going to be enjoying lots of time together in the afternoons too. I had an AWFUL migraine on Saturday and spent most of the day sleeping on and off. Fortunately, Thomas was home so Daisy had someone to play toys with and keep her occupied. This weeks living arrows 9/52 post is now live!
Here you can see one of the pizzas that Daisy made with her Daddy. The pizza is a gluten-free, dairy-free, soya-free pitta bread with tomato puree, herbs, ham and grated ‘cheese’. It’s really hard finding foods that are suitable for Daisy sometimes – at least if we want something convenient. Anyway, here she is with her creation!
Another week has rolled around. Where do they go? I look forward to Monday as I love that feeling of a fresh new week starting. Working from home full-time means I never really know where the week is going to take us. We may have plans for practical things, such as the dentist, or plans for a day out but besides that who knows?! We’ve had weeks that have been amazing and weeks that are not so amazing, one consistent remains. Being together. Spending time with my family makes me feel absolutely privileged. I love knowing that my daughter doesn’t have to go to a nursery and that we can do almost anything at a moments notice. Living Arrows 9/52 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 9/52 – 2017