Monday, 7 August 2017

Living Arrows 32/52

 You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth” by Kahlil Gibran


Blake has always been mischievous and getting caught doing things he really shouldn't be. He has been able to climb for a while now, however this week for some reason he wanted to be constantly climbing, from getting up onto his little Ikea table and sitting there looking all innocent whilst eating his bowl of cheerios, to deciding it was perfectly fine to climb up onto the window ledge in his bedroom. I've lost count this week with the amount of times we have had to get him down and explain that he isn't allowed. 



Living Arrows

12 comments:

  1. What a monkey. Luckily we never had the climbing phase with Jamie. But he certainly goes through the not listening phase a lot - many times! I hope he listens soon.

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  2. He looks so proud of himself! X

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  3. Ah, children always find the most dangerous thing to do, don't they! Glad he's getting some climbing in again! Maj xoxo

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  4. Love his cheeky little smile in the second picture! My youngest is just the same haha x

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  5. Aw look at his little cheeky smile!

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  6. When my 2 got to the age where they could climb they were forever trying to climb on the coffee. One of them even tried climbing on the tv unit until they realised they couldn't used the telly to hold on to because it moved

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  7. I love this so much. It really is only a matter of time before our little man is doing the same!

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  8. He sounds like he's got adventure in his spirit! fingers crossed his climbing is done safely x

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  9. Bless him, I like to climb too - mainly on the sofas!!

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  10. aww what a cutie . Love his cheeky smile :)

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  11. My sister and I used to get up to so much like this but I would go nuts if my kids attempted any of it!

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  12. Ahh mine were all climbers, especially my youngest - he still does! He's had so many accidents it's quite scary!

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