Welcome to this weeks edition of #LivingArrows, a weekly linky post in which I share snaps of our children, I love this linky as it enables me to keep a record of our children over time, that and it gives me a family based focus for the start of each and every week.
As you may have already read in my past posts, we spent this past weekend down in Derbyshire celebrating a family wedding in which my children played the key roles of ‘flower girl’ and ‘page boy’. I being the proud parent have since plastered pictures here, there and everywhere as my kids are not only super cute but they are my everything, they literally rock my World.… Read more from this post
My family and I have enjoyed a weekend away celebrating my brother-in-law (and now sister-in-laws) wedding. Our children J & E were very kindly asked to be ‘Flower Girl’ and ‘Page Boy’ for the day and what a day it was!
We were blessed with beautiful weather which enabled the ceremony to take place outdoors surrounded by stunning scenery. The little ones looked adorable all dressed up in their suits and dresses carefully holding their bouquets as they led the bride steadily down the aisle.
Having witnessed what I can only describe as the perfect ceremony we then headed to the lawn for champagne and canopies.… Read more from this post
You know the phrase ‘it never rains but it pours’ well that pretty much sums up my week so far. It started on Monday morning when we received a the letter from HMRC regarding a monumental tax credits cock-up which will cost us £1.5k to rectify.
As you can imagine it wasn’t the best start to the week but we soldiered on regardless. The following evening whilst towelling the kids dry after their daily bath time E fell backwards from our bed smashing the back of her head through our bedroom wall…
Thankfully our little ‘Harvey Wallbanger’ was just fine and having spent the entire night worried sick, racing back and forth to her room to check upon her she woke bright as a button as if nothing had ever happened ready to crack on with the school day as per usual.… Read more from this post
I wrote a post during the spooky season of last year based upon my ‘Five Favourite Kid-Friendly Halloween Movies‘ and whilst I would love to do similar this year my choices haven’t really changed as such.
Along with Halloween films/ movies we also enjoy reading a range of spooky stories each year some of which I have selected to share with you.
I may be an August baby but I’m far more of an ‘October girl’. Autumn is definitely my season, being a redhead I’ve always tended to favour the autumnal colour palettes especially in terms of fashion and beauty. That and I have a bit of a thing about leaves, they were the main theme of our wedding back in 2007 when everything from the dress, the suits, the tables, the stationary even down to the wrapping paper was covered in a leaf motif. I’ve since continued to use leafy themes and shades of mocha to decorate around the house, I guess I am just ‘an autumn gal’ through and through.… Read more from this post