O Christmas Tree – Living Arrows 50/53

It’s been a weekend of two halves over there. Saturday we had planned to head into Kingston to do a bit of Christmas shopping. We needed a couple of gifts for the boy’s Great Nanny who we were due to see on Sunday. The traffic was horrendous though and it was going to take the same amount of time to head to Woking (minus having to sit in traffic) so we opted to do that instead and stopped off for some lunch en route.

The boys decorated our tree that evening wearing their Santa hats and listening to Christmas music. We were gifted a tree from our local Pines & Needles that we went to choose ourselves last week and it was delivered to us on Tuesday. I think they did a wonderful job on the decorating although M did notice that I moved a couple of his baubles!



M woke up in the early hours of Sunday morning complaining of a tummy ache and ended up in our bed. He was then up and down for the rest of the night vomiting so we cancelled our plans to see Great Nanny and he spent the rest of Sunday on the sofa while Mr H and I caught up on doing a few bits around the house. It’s never nice to see the kiddos poorly and not quite themselves. I am keeping my fingers crossed it doesn’t get passed onto the rest of us!


I’m sharing weekly photos of the boys to celebrate their childhood and linking up to the Living Arrows linky

You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth
Khalil Gibran

Living Arrows


  1. I hope you’ve not all been poorly? We love a real tree #livingarrows

  2. The tree looks lovely! I hope everyone is feeling better now though #LivingArrows

  3. Oh so sorry he was poorly. I hope it passed quickly. The tree looks beautiful! x

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