My first Living Arrows post of 2016! I’m still trying to get use to saying that number, should be there by June. The weather’s been rubbish, which means less photo opportunities. I caught this one on a lazy Sunday afternoon. The toddler’s deep in concentration while trying to peel a satsuma (which he is mad for, at least one of my children were excited to see a piece of fruit in their Christmas stocking last week. )
I’l be making more of an effort to link up to the Living Arrows project link which runs over on Shutterflies and if you are wondering what on earth I’m on about Hayley explains it so well;
What is Living Arrows about? The name comes from the line of the Kahlil Gibran poem On Children – “You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth”. It’s about celebrating motherhood and childhood and capturing those moments you want to preserve forever.