Living Arrows – 50/52 {2017}

"You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth” – Kahlil Graham


It is such a joy to wake up and be greeted by your girls and even more so when you notice the layer of snow that has descended making it a winter wonderland. This was the case on Sunday and as soon as my eldest saw it she was questioning whether it was 'snow'. 


As you can see we were soon venturing out in it but didn't venture too far from home. I'd had hopes of getting a fireplace for Father Christmas but alas my plan was put on hold again. Instead a quick pop to the shops for essentials was carried out. Eldest took to the snow with great happiness but youngest wasn't keen at all. She fell over causing herself a wet bottom and the desire to be held tight. As you can see below this cheeky monkey is rather content inside.


As always I'm joining up with Donna (What the Redhead Said). This is a great way in which to capture the little ones growing up and see just how much they do so over the weeks. 

What the Redhead SaidReflectionsfrommePink Pear BearTwo Tiny HandsRhyming with WineMrs Mummy Harris 

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  1. We got snow over the weekend as well and my boys were happy about it but not happy that it didn't snow enough to close school today lol! So now they're hoping for more snow on Tuesday:) #anythinggoes

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  2. I meant that I'm coming from #FamilyFunLinky sorry about that. Sometimes when I finish with one and hop right to another I forget which one I'm on lol

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    1. Don't worry. I batch comment too. I can recall the frustration as a child when every school was closed except mine!

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  3. I've never in my life seen snow. But it seems like it would turn everything into a fairyland and I cannot imagine a Christmas without everything being red and white. That sounds weird, I know but books and films are to blame :-). Have a great week ahead.

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    1. It's so true that books and films sensationalise things

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  4. It looks like you had it thicker than we did! Ben really wasnt fussed over the snow which made me happy as I stayed toasty hahah! he went to the door, touched the snow, wiped his wet hand and then stood there... Hubby chucked the snow and he giggled and walked back inside... I was like... oh.. ok then haha!
    Thank you for sharing this with us at #TriumphantTales. I hope to see you back next week!

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    1. It's interesting how differently children approach things and how they change over the years too

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  5. There are so many snow pictures in this week's Living Arrows - I'm loving it. What a happy face! x

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  6. Living in Australia I just can not begin to imagine the magic of waking up to snow, how beautiful! Thank you so much for linking up #mg

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    1. It must feel strange that so many of us are featuring snow in our posts while you are destined for heat waves

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  7. We had so much snow! It was bordering on annoying but he kids hadn't seen it before and they loved it! Thanks for joining us at #familyfun

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  8. The snow was such a surprise for us as it never seems to settle much in London. But of course this time round it did. So glad you had a great time. We got out in it too for snowman building. Gorgeous captures! Thanks for joining us for the #DreamTeam xx

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  9. We didn't get any snow! So jealous of the fun you had #mmbc

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  10. The snow was so much fun, my youngest hadn't really seen it that thick before, however not too long as he is not fan of getting cold,lol X #familyfunlinky

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  11. Ahhhhh lovely snow pics! Wet bums ruin everything to be fair! Thanks for joining us at the #bigpinklink this week.

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  12. We had barely any snow. Your youngest would have liked it here. She could have scooped a handful of snow from the ledges, but no risk of falling over in it. #MMBC

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