Living Arrows 2015 – 18/52

Pink snow. 
There is something so beautiful about watching your childrens minds come to life. their own magical little world, seeing the most amazing things in the simple elements in life. such as, “pink snow”.
Our May bank holiday weekend has been such a lovely time spent together as a family. Our kitchen renovation is coming along nicely, the boxes are slowly disappearing and we’re starting to feel more at home. 
Slow progression is better than none right?
So that being said, we have had time spent at home, but also here at our local park where their are the most beautiful blossom trees, bright green grass, and much to the kids excitement – an ice cream van just nearby. We were enjoying an impromptu trip to the park after running some errands, treated ourselves to a delicious ‘family cafe breakfast’ then stopped at the park before heading to a family BBQ. It was just what we needed after having a rollercoaster few weeks.
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18 Discussion to this post

  1. Cerys says:

    HOW adorable?! Love these.

  2. Donna says:

    Oh what beautiful photos, the girls look so happy and that blossom is gorgeous! Love the colours too! x

  3. Bethan Sian says:

    Woah! Those photos are stunning! The girls look like they are having so much fun

    Beth |

  4. Suzanne W says:

    Just looking at this makes me feel hayfevery! BUT I adore blossom trees, they are my absolutely favourites 🙂 x

  5. These photos are just magical and how much fun are your girlies (and daddy!) having?! 🙂 x

  6. pixiedusk says:

    Haha this is what my son calls the petal falling from blossoms trees too! Lovely photos and hopefully you will settle down to your new house sooner =) #sharewithme

  7. Oh what beautiful and fun captures of your little ones this week darling. Thank you so much for linking up to Share With Me #sharewithme (#livingarrows too)

  8. Such gorgeous pictures Natalie, and I love how you've referred to the blossom as pink snow, it's gorgeous 🙂 How lovely to live near such a pretty park xx

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