I spend a lot of time on the computer, even when I am not blogging one of my fave hobbies is playing computer games.  I have tried lots of different mice over the years from tiny wireless mice to all singing all dancing gaming mice.  So when I was asked if I would like to try a new Logitech Wireless Mouse from their Party Collection I said I would love too.

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As much as I enjoyed #BML16 I have to say that one of the best bits was getting back home to Boo and my husband. Although I missed bedtime and Boo was asleep when I got back home, it was lovely to see her fast asleep and to get out in the garden on Sunday.

Boo loves being out in the garden and she adores her sandpit. She is always so proud of her sandcastle creations, though she also likes to rub great handfuls of sand in to her hair too!

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

Living Arrows 26 playing in sand


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It’s amazing to think that Boo is now 2 and a half, already I am thinking about nursery school sign ups and a third birthday party, and already those ‘where does XYZ come from?’ questions have started.  It’s hard to believe that my tiny tiny baby is now a walking talking person with a big personality. Where has my tiny baby gone?
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Technology is a huge part of our lives, I am on my phone and laptop more than I probably should be! My husband works in IT and my husband and I even met through an online game! So it’s no surprise that, for a while now, Boo has been asking for her own computer! So when I was asked if Boo would like to try out a LeapPad 3 I jumped at the chance!

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I think this week my Living Arrows 25 post just had to be about Father’s Day didn’t it? On Father’s Day Boo and her daddy spent the day together and I headed off to visit family, I left just before lunch and I didn’t get back until after Boo had gone to bed.  In a way it was a shame we couldn’t all spend Father’s Day together.  It was lovely, however, for Boo and her daddy to have some time together, and they had a really wonderful day.

It was also the first time that I wasn’t there for Boo’s bedtime and the first day of her life that Boo didn’t have a breastfeed. So it really was a big day for all of us and I was so sad to miss bedtime! My husband sent me updates and photos throughout the day and this photo really made me smile. After I had left for the day, they headed in to town.  Boo was a lucky girl as her daddy bought her a book and they had lunch in town. Boo loves these chicken pasties and she doesn’t get them very often so when she does she is always really happy. She is sat in the town square, here, eating her pasty and dancing along to a busker who was singing.  It looks like she is having the best time!

It was a wonderful day but I must admit it was a bit bittersweet for me.  I love seeing how close Boo is to her daddy. It is a truly magical relationship but it’s also a sign of her growing up and having adventures without me! It’s a sign that Boo is growing up fast – time really does move at such an incredible speed these days!

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

Living Arrows 25 - Father's Day


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