“A portrait of my boys, once a week, every week, in 2016″.
I have hijacked the photo of the boys this week because I love this photo. I rarely take photos with them (because I hate having my photo taken), but it’s something I’m getting more comfortable with. Sharing any photo with me in it always feels like a big deal, and makes me feel a tad stressed. I love this though, and sunnies always help – let’s face it.
W: Over the next few weeks I’m going to take Win out on a little trip to try on and buy school uniform. I can’t wait to take him.
R: Ru really prefers to play by himself – not even with me! Win always appreciated my attention at his age, but Ru loves his own company.
O: O’s sleeping has gone out of the window over the last week or so. He had started waking just once – around 5am, but recently he’s been waking at 2am, 4am and 6:30am.
That’s an amazing photo, you look stunning! I’m sorry about the sleep thing, I just hated that stage, there’s really nothing worse than lack of sleep. I hope he gets back to his usual routine soon.
Thank you so much Nat. Absolutely! I don’t mind it for a few days or weeks, but then it just gets awful! x
Oh what a cute picture Esther. I love this one and you look fabulous. Ang x #LivingArrows
Thanks Ang xx
Love this photo…so happy! Loving Os little number he’s sporting too. How exciting that Win is getting his uniform, very cute x
Thanks M! xx
Such a lovely photo. My youngest doesn’t seem to require my attention as much as her brother did at the same age (I only have two for now 😉 ) Hopefully O’s sleeping will return to normal soon so mummy can have a rest. #livingarrows
Thank you so much, and yes – me too! x
I’m so glad you hijacked the photo! You look stunning and always nice to have photos with you and the boys xx
Thank you so much Hayley – I do think it is nice to be together once in a while! xx
That photo is GORGEOUS! And you are gorgeous too, don’t be stressed showing yourself on the blog, but I know what you mean – it just doesn’t happen often enough to be normal! x
Absolutely Donna! Totally not enough to feel normal…not sure I want it to become normal either xx