Mummy Asked for a Photo {Living Arrows 2017 – 20th February}

I asked her if I could stop and take a photo of her and this is the shot I got. I laugh every time I look at it – my cheeky, happy little girl, with her beautiful blue eyes and tumbling curls.  I’ve learned sometimes it’s best to ask for a photo as she will stop and give me a smile, but instead she did this which isn’t the worst thing as it was quickly followed by the next photo. It’s amazing how much personality a photo can show you isn’t it?

We went for a drive to neighbouring Surrey to the Devils Punchbowl this weekend and the weather was gorgeous. Blue skies all around and so warm that we all took layers off and were down to t-shirts and jumpers. It was nice enough for a picnic in February and next time I’ll remember to not leave the food in the car!

This girl walked 3.5 miles, and then went to a gym party when we got home, she’s so full of energy! It’s safe to say she was very tired and slightly irrational come Sunday evening and she *may have* gone to bed an hour early as a result

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14 thoughts on “Mummy Asked for a Photo {Living Arrows 2017 – 20th February}

  1. That photo is hilarious! LOVE IT! I have fond memories of The Devil’s Punchbowl – it doesn’t sound like you’re too far from us at all. A and T find it hard to walk distances but they are getting better as time goes by x

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    1. We found out that on the Monday she was so tired she needed a nap at nursery and we felt a little guilty but she absolutely loves exploring! I adore Surrey and cannot believe how close the Devil’s Punchbowl is to us x

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