Living Arrows 1/52 Late nights and house guests.

January 7, 2019

Happy New Year to all of you who keep up to date with our living arrows posts. For new readers these posts are a link up to Donna at ‘What the Redhead Said’ and her weekly blog link up, known as Living Arrows which is about celebrating childhood. The project originally took it’s name from a poem by Kahlil Gibran, “You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth” .

We saw 2019 in at my sister’s, so all the children just about saw the fireworks before we all collapsed into bed! Then they proceeded to have several days of their body clocks being out of sync and wanting to stay up a lot later. We may just put them to bed a lot earlier next New Year!

We managed to get the kids out for several long walks with this lovely dry January weather. This one I think shows their cheeky personalities well!

We had guests arrive all the way from deepest Devon, so we have been super busy showing them the sights of Yorkshire and hosting, my photo taking has been minimal, so I will leave it with this funny one of Flo trying Fin’s hat on, I think it suits her well!

Living Arrows

5 responses to “Living Arrows 1/52 Late nights and house guests.”

  1. Devon Mama says:

    Nothing better than a walk at this time of year! Sounds like you’ve had a lovely time celebrating, I love the big family shot, they look so happy and relaxed! x #livingarrows

  2. Tanita says:

    Aw these are lovey photos we love long walks as a family! Happy New year, sounds like you had a lovely one too, I am so sad all the festivities are over, we didn’t make it to the new year celebrations and were in bed by 10pm. xx

  3. Happy New Year! We played the boys a fake New Year count down at 8pm and they went to bed then! That last picture is so cute 🙂 #LivingArrows

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