#LivingArrows – A Bug In Time 30/53 (2018)

The kids have less than twenty-four hours remaining until summer break begins. I can barely believe that our little lady has finished her first year at school already, where on earth has the time gone?!

E has made such incredible progress since starting school back in September. Our little lady was once quite an anxious little ant whereas now she’s buzzing with confidence. Earlier last week E spent an afternoon taking part in a ‘Ugly Bug Ball’; we gave her the choice of dressing as a butterfly, a ladybug or a bee (which we already had the outfit for given that J wore exactly that when he was in reception class) and whilst I was almost certain that she’d go for a butterfly I was entirely wrong as she opted for being a bee!

It may have been called a ‘Ugly Bug Ball’ but I personally think our little lady was actually one of the most beautiful bugs I have ever seen.

Our Beautiful  Bug

#LivingArrows - A Bug In Time 30/53 (2018)

As I said above, time seems to fly by especially since having children. It feels as if it was yesterday that J wore exactly the same bee outfit with a few added accessories, yet four years have ‘flown by’ since then.

I still have the photographic evidence of J sporting his stripes, he has grown up so much since then. Our little man seems so mature these days, he takes the World in his stride and has shown an incredible amount of maturity, responsibility and effort over this past year.

Our Boy Sporting His Stripes Four Years Back

#LivingArrows - A Bug In Time 30/53 (2018)

Our beautiful bugs have both made so much progress over this past year and I couldn’t be a prouder parent.

Thanks for reading and as always I look forward to catching up with your #LivingArrows either through your own posts or comments upon this post.

Living Arrows




  1. July 29, 2018 / 9:42 pm

    They look so cute in their costumes! Troy has grown so much this year – in confidence too like E. What a year it has been x

    • July 29, 2018 / 9:43 pm

      Sure has – so many ups and sooo many downs

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.