Living Arrows 6/52 (2022)

I’ve just realised it’s almost Friday and I still haven’t written my Living Arrows post for this week! I’ve not much to say again, we are all crawling towards half term – we’re definitely ready for a break and I’m just glad it’s next week and not the week after like a lot of other places.

This week’s photos were just quick snaps taken at bedtime the other night. The boys share a room (Toby has the top bunk) and despite the two year age difference they still both go to bed at the same time too. I don’t think Toby has realised that sometimes bedtimes get later when you’re older and so it hasn’t occurred to him to complain about going to bed at the same time as his 6 year old brother! I’m sure it will happen eventually though…

So here’s Gabe, still with his gappy smile, the other wobbly tooth is still hanging on for now!

Gabe smiling in bed

Of course Toby couldn’t just let me take a sensible picture so we get another one of him laughing at me instead…

Toby laughing in bed

We’ve actually got a busy week off planned next week (negative LFTs dependent of course) – tomorrow Toby and I are going to Cub camp, and then Gabe is joining us with the other Beavers on Saturday. We come home on Sunday afternoon, and then we’ve got a cottage booked in the Lake District for the rest of the week! I don’t think it’s going to be a super active week in the Lakes though – I really need to relax and recharge my batteries and the boys are feeling the same way too!

That’s all for this week, I’ll be back next week with another Living Arrows update…

This is my ninth year taking part in this linky celebrating childhood, based on a poem by Kahlil Gibran, “You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth” .

If you’d like to see the rest of my Living Arrows posts you can find them all here.

Living Arrows

3 thoughts on “Living Arrows 6/52 (2022)

  1. How exciting I hope you have a wonderful break. We sem really late to half term this year not breaking up until towards the end of next week. I wish Charlie hadn’t realised he get to stay up a bit later!

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