Living Arrows #21 - Sunny Days & Spring Fairs



It's been a while since I last published a Living Arrows post, so to make up for it I decided to choose a couple of shots taken at the spring fair a few weeks ago. I had intended to post them sooner, better late than never! The kids always enjoy going to the fair and it's become a yearly tradition of ours. Their Great Grandad visited in the morning we planned to go and kindly gave them both £10 in £2 coins for rides, they were ever so excited! Here are a couple of my favourite photos of the day.



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13 comments:

  1. A bumper day out for you all

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  2. It looks like they had such a lovely day at the fair! We haven't been to a fair like that in ages! x

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  3. fab photos from a day to remember

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  4. Nice photos.

    Rachel Craig

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  5. Sounds like a fun day out, Noah and Ava's faces certainly look pleased xx

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  6. Looked like a fun day out! I used to love the ladybird ride when I was a child!

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  7. Great Grand-Dad, a kind gentleman. Seems older generations have such delightful morals, respectful tendencies and great empathy. This may be why some cultures love, appreciate, regard, respect, honour their elders, older relatives, parents, grandparents, etc.

    Hoping Great Grand - Dad has his expression of love and kindness reciprocated. Let him know I for one, appreciate his act of kindness. His pleasure, and reward has likely been through his thoughts of the children having fun, a happy day out. Likely remembering his own younger years, and any fun and adventures he enjoyed. Treasure!

    Rachel Craig

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  8. Tis the season for fun fairs, etc.

    Rachel Craig

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  9. Nice to see your two enjoying a day out together. Wonder how this will be in the future. Having watched Planet Child on tv ( a very interesting, as well as entertaining series) :- The day out is gender neutral. Have we more gender neutral activities / environments, more inclusiveness, etc than previous years / previous generations. Or as children age is there a tendency to fall / fit into particular gender roles / activities / etc.

    Fun is fun, and it is great to share experiences. Wonderful memories for the future.

    Rachel Craig

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  10. The Ladybird seems to have a Beautiful broad smile. So Happy!

    Rachel Craig

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  11. Tights :- Sometimes not great at staying up, and children are so active. What I've done at time is put pair of pants / knickers on over the tights. Can be more comfortable for child, and avoids frequent repositioning / pulling up of tights.

    Rachel Craig

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  12. looks like you all had a fantastic time

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  13. Bright Eyes.

    Rachel Craig

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