This week there have been a few glimpses of spring and we’ve been out in the garden trying to make it look more welcoming. I am excited for the lighter evenings. Jared and I went to an elbow concert one night, and it was really something special. Some people are so talented. I’ve hijacked the photo again, because I just love this one. It was so windy and Otto hated it!
R: I gave all three boys a haircut this week, and Ru especially looks so different. He has an unbelievable amount of hair that is really thick, and I miss the madness of it after a cut. It’s such a feature on him.
O: We have been teaching O how to turnaround and reverse down from places safely this week, and he’s got it. Reversing down the stairs, dropping down from the sofa and our bed. I’m really trying to encourage him to walk, because it would really help for our upcoming holiday! He turns one in a few days, and I can’t believe it.
I cannot believe O is one already – how did that happen? I hope he had a wonderful Birthday! We saw elbow a few years ago and LOVED them. At the time we didn’t have children and everyone in the audience seemed ‘middle aged’ – this would be me and Dave if we went back again! x
I know! It’s crazy! One is so different to having a newborn. The crowd when we went was quite old…definitely at least 10 years older than you! We were surprised! x
Haha I Love this picture!
Thank you Laura! x
I love the photo, Otto really doesn’t look impressed with the wind.
Thank you x
Absolutely love this photo, Otto’s face is priceless! x #LivingArrows
Thank you x
Hope O had a good birthday? I’m sure it won’t be long until he’s walking, I know what you mean out encouraging them backwards! That’s what we’ve started with Kipper. Just realised you have the same blog theme as me too!! Xx #Livingarrows