Living Arrows – Sharing the memories we keep

It is no secret that I love photography. I see myself as someone who likes to keep a memory in its visible form, for all to see. I believe you can interpret this memory individually and quite often become aware of a deeper story. When our little man entered our world I decided I wanted to document his life, so that when he is older he has his story and can peek into the adventures we shared from my perspective.

When I was approached by the I Heart Snapping team to become involved with their new Living Arrows adventure. I couldn’t refuse. “Every Monday we’ll share the beauty and magic of childhood through the eyes of 14 creative mums” – I Heart Snapping. This project is perfect for our little family, as I get to share the magic we have in our lives.

So here is our little man; adventurer, thrill seeker, problem solver, laugh maker, love giver and miracle.


Making Toast

Cuddles with Mummy


Christmas is a feeling

“You are the bows from which your children ?as living arrows are sent forth.” – Kahlil Gibran?


This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. Hayley Reply

    Gorgeous photos. I’m so excited about this project and can’t wait to see the first post on 6th January. So thrilled you’re one of the contributors x

  2. Katie @mummydaddyme Reply

    What beautiful photos and I am so excited you are joining in, it wouldn’t be the same without you! x

  3. Innocent Charms Chats Reply

    Beautiful, you and monkey are perfect contributors, hopefully one day you will take beautiful pictures of superstar Grayson. Monkey looks so grown up in the top pic xxx

  4. Dragonsflypoppy-White Feathers Reply

    Beautiful pictures and a lovely sentiment behind it. I’m looking forward to being inspired by the Living Arrows project…am a rather rubbish beginner but I love the joy that photography brings me. x

  5. 2aussiemammas Reply

    Love that you call M a problem solver, I call E ‘my little problem silver’ all the time 🙂

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