Milestones of him, her & them ~ living arrows 5/52

Last updated on November 16th, 2023 at 04:50 pm



Buba is quickly become a little boy, no longer a baby. He is such a loving big brother which makes me so proud. There is never a moment he doesn’t want to run over and kiss her, cuddle her, or play with her.



Missy Moo is catching up with her big brother, quick. She is no longer a newborn, and is learning how to get around so that she can copy her big brother in everything he does. You can see it in her eyes that she idolizes him.



Together, they are a team. I only pray that they always stay that way.  She loves learning how to do things from him,  and he loves teaching her.
It’s amazing to watch them grow, and learn together. I am so lucky I have both of them in my life, and they have each other!

20 thoughts on “Milestones of him, her & them ~ living arrows 5/52”

    • Thank you so mcuh Fiona, they are so much fun and really do want to be in each other’s pockets 24/7 it’s too sweet. I am very lucky, so far. hahaha May it long continue.

    • Thank you, and they both can be very cheeky too! lol The grin says everything but all too often I let the eyes melt my heart and ignore the cheekiness until it’s too late. hahaha They are so fun together. Thanks for popping over.

    • Thanks Anna-Marie, I do too. I could take a million of them playing together, it truly is so sweet watching them grow up together, and play. They show each other so much love. I am very lucky.

  1. Your little ones are perfect Jenny and the bond developing between them is clear to see. Lovely photos xxx

    Vikki @ Love From Mummy

    • Thank you Vikki so much. So sweet of you. I am loving the time spent watching them both grow and play together and most importantly the love I see between them is heart warming. I hope it long continues.

  2. Such beautiful pictures and I love your words about her loving to learn things from him, and him loving to teach her. They most definitely are a team. So wonderful!

    • Thank you. I am so very lucky. I can’t imagine if they don’t get along when they are older, that worries me the most, especially watching how close they are now. It’s so bittersweet.

    • Thanks. Me too, I never thought it would truly be so heart warming to see my two kids love each other. It’s a feeling I couldn’t have understood until I had two and with my own siblings as we are all really close. I would love more children. They are so much fun together.

    • Thank you for your lovely comment and popping over from #livingarrows. They are so cute individually but I love, love the moments they are together, cuddling, playing and enjoying each other’s company. That’s the best of all.

    • Thanks Charly, I love taking pictures of them together, i could never get sick of it. I only wish I was better at it. Hopefully soon you will see a difference and my photography will start to look better. But sometimes it doesn’t matter the quality because it’s the moment captured grainy or not.

    • Thank you. I know I can’t believe how much they are looking more and more alike. It’s adorable. I don’t look like any of my siblings so I didn’t expect it from my two.


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