Living Arrows is about celebrating childhood. The project originally took it’s name from a poem by Kahlil Gibran, “You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth”
Lucas has been quite challenging this week, he certainly knows his own mind. I love this about him, I don’t want him to be pushed aroud and easily led but it would be nice if he listened to me once in a while. He has this annoying high pitched ‘eur’ at the moment when he doesn’t want to do something or someone has annoyed him and his paddies, throwing himself to the floor are coming along very nicely.
This picture was us walking back from my Grandmas, he insisted on walking, refused to let me put him in his pram. Here he is hanging around a wall, half threatening to walk into the road and half threatening to turn around to go back to Great Grandma. I’m struggling to get natural photos as unless he is in full meltdown mode, he will stop whinging and crying to pose and say cheese before continuing his protest.