Living Arrows week 38 (2017)

Living Arrows week 38 (2017)

Living Arrows week 38 (2017) - A weekly Monday linkie which is all about celebrating childhood achievements and milestones. click to read more on how you can join in with this link up too!

This year I am joining in with What the Redhead Said‘s project Living Arrows which is all about celebrating childhood.

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

Every Monday I will be posting a picture of Logan showing what we have been up to or something new he has learnt.

Logan drawing at playgroup

This week has been a pretty good one, Logan’s playgroups have started back up (yay) I took him on tuesday and he had a lot of fun, he was a lot more settled this time and not so clingy and shy. He is definitely finding his confidence and his personality definitely shines through.

Living Arrows linkie - Image of Logan playing with mega blocks at playgroup

However the past couple weeks i have noticed that L has gotten a bit jealous of other children playing with a toy he wants and will try to take it off them, and has gotten to a point where he’s pushing/pulling or hitting other kids to vent his frustration.

Living Arrows linkie - Image of logan holding a toy cow at playgroup

I have tried to teach him thats not good but he just whinges and storms off, so if anyone has any tips for that, i’d appreciate it. Other than that he is coming on leaps and bounds.

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7 thoughts on “Living Arrows week 38 (2017)

  1. it’s a phase they go through some will come out of it and realise that sharing is best, depending on the child it may just be how that person will be.
    im funny with people reading my magazines before I do

    1. Yeah I’m sure hoping it’s a phase. Because we do our best to teach him to share with others, he’s brilliant at putting his toys away and sharing with me but not so much other kids his age

    1. Aww it’s comfortin to know he’s not the only toddler who’s like that. I’m hoping he grows out of it, after all he’s got to get used to sharing me with his baby brother when he arrives

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