Living Arrows | Easter Pancakes

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 'You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth' Khalil Gibran.

Hooray for being able to see people! We've begun taking very tentative steps towards 'normal' and we met up with my sister-in-law, my niece and my father-in-law (they live together so one household). It's been so nice for the two cousins to play together, they get on so well as they are only 3 months apart in age and are often mistaken for twins. We went for a walk to the local park and then on an adventure to the crepe van that's touring the local area.

Madame Crepe has been such a joy throughout lockdown. It's ran by the most friendly French lady and she's been touring all the local towns and villages since last summer. She posts an itinerary on her Facebook page so you know in advance where she'll be. It's been so nice to have a trip to the 'pancake van' planned. In times when everything is shut and you can't go out for a meal, having something planned feels like such a treat. Local businesses like this deserve all the success they've had during these turbulent times because they really have been a light in all this darkness and as you can see by Iris's face- it's something to get very excited about! 

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  1. We too are taking 'tentative steps' as we met up with our inlaws also... Such a cute picture of the little ladies there!

  2. Aww that photo is adorable! And a pancake van sounds incredible, I freaking LOVE a good pancake!

  3. It’s been such a long wait for kids and us adults to see family. I’m glad you’ve seen some of your family. The crepe van sounds fab! X

  4. How lovely to see family again, Madame Crepe sounds delicious! Hope you’ve had a wonderful Easter break

  5. It's so lovely seeing people now! And it feels so nice seeing a couple of people at a time and having real quality time together. Time with people feels so much more valuable now x

  6. Such a cute picture of them both! And a pancake van sounds amazing - it's nice to have something to look forward to, even if it is only a pancake :)

  7. It's been so lovely being able to see family hasn't it :) xx


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