Another week of Living Arrows. Doesn’t the time fly?
For this week’s photos I thought I’d share a selection of photos from our outing to Baker Beach at the weekend. We had a lovely time – picnicking, playing with sticks, enjoying the sun and admiring the Golden Gate Bridge. It was a great break from the routine and a nice bit of family time.
Here are some of the photo highlights…
LP had a whale of a time exploring up and down the beach.
I’m not quite sure what Little M was doing here – admiring the view?
I love this little lady – she’s only 15 months, but has got such a cheeky sense of humour!
Little M loves the chance to build whenever he possibly can, so busily began collecting sticks to make a ‘stick car’ on the beach.
He concentrated on it for ages – then we all had a ride in the car!
LP enjoyed collecting sticks too.
We climbed up the rocks at the end of the beach and enjoyed exploring some rock pools – plus got a snap of me and LP by the bridge. A family shot would have been amazing – but LP started getting cranky right after this. A good excuse to go back another day!
“You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth.” Kahlil Gibran