‘You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth”


I spent a fair amount of this weekend away with a couple of girlfriends spending some much needed me time. Which was lovely but it did mean I had very little opportunity to take photos of the boys. Monkey’s is in fact a cropped version of a collaboration photo which I managed to grab on Sunday afternoon in between showers. I think its a lovely photo of him but not sure its really what the brand is after so I can see us having to try and squeeze some in this week.

Hubby had taken him to get his haircut while I was away and I always think it makes him look so much older. I am really looking forward to spending most of the week just us two. As we jet off somewhere exciting on Wednesday. If you want to see what we get up to I will be sharing it over on Instagram stories.

I took this one of Kipper in the bath on Sunday night. Monkey is not the only one that is growing up fast. Kipper had is two and a half check on Friday. Despite refusing to do anything the health visitor asked him to do, he seems to be stringing more and more words together. His new favourite game seems to be dishing out little coloured plastic letters pretending they are ice cream.

Hope you all have a great week.

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  1. A S,Edinburgh Reply

    Wow, yes, you can really see how they’re growing. These will be so nice for you all to look back on.

  2. They do grow so fast, can’t believe how time flies. Your blog is a brilliant memory book for them (and you). It’s great, the photos and especially the videos.

  3. Natalie Crossan Reply

    They are growing so fast – just like my daughter! Where is the time going?!

  4. Shelley Jessup Reply

    I am looking forward to seeing my niece grow up, I still her every week but miss her so much & I can not get over how quick she is changing, photos are a great way to document these fast growing changes.

  5. Gemma Hendry Reply

    my daughters 2 year check seems so long ago but was only a year ago, time flies, glad he doing well

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