Living Arrows 44~52

November 4, 2019

I can’t believe it’s now November and we will be on the countdown to the last of this year’s Living Arrows.  I’m really grateful to Donna at What the Redhead Said who hosts the living arrows weekly link up.  I have managed to post every week for the whole year, it really has become our family diary and has motivated me to share and celebrate the small and bigger moments of our family and their childhood over this past year.

This week, as much as I enjoy it, has definitely maybe a little teeny bit too much been all about Halloween! We have had quite a tiring week with the clocks messing up Florence’s sleep pattern, quite a few late nights with friends, and an intake of Halloween sugar all whilst Teamstein Daddy worked away during the week. It has meant that I have found parenting (or should I say refereeing) them a little more challenging than usual!

Whilst staying at a friends house we visited Yorkshire Pumpkins and this picture of Florence really makes me smile as she’s so strong and just wanted to pick up as many heavy ones as she could!

The farm also had made a hay bale slide for the pumpkin season and our lot absolutely loved it and cements that this kind of thing really is all they need for entertainment.  I may have tried it out myself!

This last picture on a late danger nap really summed up the week from my perspective; super tired and yet another costume change!

I hope for those returning to routine from last week and this, that the next term is kind to you all.

You can read last weeks Living Arrows here

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5 responses to “Living Arrows 44~52”

  1. Katy Stevens says:

    That hay bale slide looks like so much fun!

  2. Bless! she looks pleased as punch with her choice of pumpkin

  3. Donna says:

    The pumpkin day out looked lovely – I always find October, and this term especially, the hardest part of the year x

  4. Sarah says:

    It sounds like you’ve had a fab week. We didn’t do much for Halloween – I’m not sure how many more years I’ll get away without doing anything though 🙂

  5. Awww sounds busy, I am with you constantly chasing my tail at the moment. I love the pumpkin picture and its good to be reminded the simple enjoyment that can be found in the simple things x

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