Social Distancing – Living Arrows 12/52

It’s been a bit of a rollercoaster week which ended with the boys’ last day at school for an indefinite amount of time. It could potentially have been the last day of their Year 2 and Year 5 school life which I felt a little sad about. Thankfully the boys seem to have taken it all in their stride and have actually been looking forward to being at home. I’m not quite sure they fully understand what is in store for them yet but we shall see.

One thing that has been much-needed right now is the sun. It means they can at least spend time outside in the garden playing football and rugby.


We spent the weekend indoors playing MarioKart online with our friends while also having a group whatsapp chat on the go. It’s the closest social interaction we can have with them for a while so we have to make the most of the situation don’t we?

I also spent some time preparing bits and pieces ready for homeschool life but I’ll chat more about that in my next Living Arrows post.

I hope you’re all well and staying safe. x

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

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  1. I’m quite emotional about the thought it may have been my daughter’s last day in primary school. I hope that you and the boys have adjusted to this new normal?#livingarrows

  2. It’s been so lovely having the sun come out hasn’t it? What a change that has made! x

  3. I hope you got through your first week at home OK. The nice weather has definitely helped here too – I hope it comes back soon!

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