This photo was taken on Win’s first day of school. We planned to leave early so we would have plenty of time to document such a special day, but the reality is that I was sprinting down the street with the double buggy and Jared was running next to cycling Win. We quickly stopped for some photos, then carried on running! A rather sweaty first school run – we have improved since then.
W: Win has been treating his panda like a baby all week – changing his nappy, getting him dressed and putting him to bed when he gets in from school.
R: Ru corrects me every time I call O a ‘little baby’…he is ‘the biggest baby in the world’ apparently.
O: O can now sit up – wobbly, but definitely sitting.
lol I love the little ones expression on this picture!
Me too x
oh I do love this picture Esther. It’s brilliant.
Thanks Ang! xx
Love it. They sounds like real little characters. Phew to the school day rush. I’m the opposite – I’m always early. #livingarrows
That’s amazing that you are always early! Would love to know your secrets! xx
Love this photo! It’s so full of character, hope the school run has got a little easier, I’m still like this most days 🙂 xx
Thanks Hayley! x
What a brilliant photo. I love little ones face 🙂 #livingarrows
Thank you Pat xx
Ru looks so cheeky! É is trying to sit too, but wobbly! This age is just so lovely but also sad as we can’t have anymore…. That’s so cute of Win and his panda 🙂 oh the school run, shock to the system isn’t it. I loved out flexibility before-hand!!!
I love it when they’re wobbly and just flop over totally oblivious. It is sad you can’t have more, if you want more. You have 4 beauties though, and I know you are so thankful for them. I agree, flexibility was great! xx
School runs are such a mess. I never have enough time in the morning so no idea how you do it all with three. Hats off to you for just getting there with everyone fully clothed! x
I’m a bit of a cheat some days. My hubs takes them some mornings, and I take them others. It just depends how much work he has on! xx