Living Arrows – 10/53 (2018)

You are the bows from which you children as Living Arrows are sent forth” – Kahlil Gibran

The last couple of years I have done my own version of Project 52, this year I decided to join in with Living Arrows devised by Donna over at What the Redhead Said.

The Living Arrows project will comprise of me sharing a photo of displaying childhood from both Aoife and Cassius’ life each week!

You may have noticed I have changed it to out of 53 weeks, that is because there is an extra Monday this year and not because I don’t know how many weeks there are in a year!

March already! February certainly went by in a flash. I’m hoping for warmer weather now. I’m not a big fan of the snow so I’ll be glad to see the back of it! Anyone else feel the same?

Welcome to The Baby Boat Diaries edition of Living Arrows!

Aoife, 2.3 Years Old

We didn’t have much snow compared to the rest of the UK and Ireland but Aoife enjoyed what we did have! She enjoyed making footprints the most.

Cassius, 8 Weeks Old

This outfit was a gift from a friend and couldn’t resist putting the hat on with it to get the full effect haha. Cassius is growing more each day and to me he feels huge now!

See you next week for another Living Arrows!

Siobhan x

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27 thoughts on “Living Arrows – 10/53 (2018)

  1. Awe unicorn wellington boots! We enjoyed the snow here too but didn’t get as much as other parts of the country but hey we still had snow days hooray! What a cute hat too 🙂

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  2. I love her wellies and that monster outfit….it is so adorable!!!!!!! I really want to join in with Living Arrows. It’s such a brilliant idea!

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  3. What a pair of cuties! I’m terrible for not taking photographs of my children now that they are older. I have hundreds of them as babies and toddlers… I really ought to start snapping more!

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  4. Aww the Sully outfit is adorable! We had a lot more snow than I expected we would get and my little one loved it, although I did start to get grumpy and cold.

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