Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Living Arrows


'you are the bows from your children, as living arrows are sent forth'

At the Mshed earlier this week, it took so much bribery to get him to release these magnifying glasses. 

Don't forget to hop over to the Living Arrows page and join in, it's such a great community 

22 comments:

Polly Davies said...

hehe... he did love those magnifying glasses!

The Owl and the Accordion said...

This is such a great photo - love his huge magnified eye!

lisa prince said...

what a cutie and love the chair although im scared of style i think its coz am used to the spread out base , looks funky though x

Gaynor said...

We've got the hapi apples version of this and love it too; we got it when Holden was tiny and was great as we could turn him to face anyone at the table etc and now he still sits in it but just up at the table without the tray on it. Its perfect for us as Holden is tiny and is too small to sit on normal chairs (he has to kneel which is always messy) but he can be at the table with us.


I so wanted the grey version you have once I saw it (and especially since our new kitchen is grey) but couldn't buy another of the same thing!

Bek B said...

Wow, a chair that swivels is a great idea! It looks like a cool seat.

Life With The Crew said...

We have just run into a high chair problem this week. Our little babe has decided that she wants to sit on the chair or bench like us big people, instead of in her own chair. This leads to a very un-relaxing and frustrating meal that is shoveled into our mouths as quickly as possible because she is constantly moving around and almost falling off the bench with food in her mouth. She screams bloody murder when we try to shove her in hers, so its been a rough couple of days. I refuse to let my child eat while she is wandering around the house. So I guess maybe the search for something new is on. I don't know if it is another high chair or a type of booster seat.
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Claire said...

That is lovely! I could have done with a height adjustable highchair over the years! I love how it doesn't take up much floor space too. I love my little girls high chair as it looks quite 1950's American Diner but it takes up so much floorspace and isn't height adjustable. Your whole house always looks lovely btw! x

Bex @ The Mummy Adventure said...

This is really nice actually and doesn't take up too much space on the floor either!

Claire Toplis said...

What a sleek looking chair

AnnieMammasaurus said...

That's one cool looking highchair. I hated the choices available when mine were that age so it's good to know that times have changed!

Jess@AlongCameCherry said...

Love it! We have no room for highchairs so both kids have just had a booster seat on a normal chair, which are now filthy and gross. Looking forward to chucking them out! x

Jenny said...

It's a shame you didn't get on with a Stokke, we have two and swear by them. This looks great though, I love the fabric on it.

Healthier Mummy said...

I love that you're collecting high chairs! And I also love your bright walls in your kitchen. Brilliant choice.

fritha strickland said...

It wasn't actually the Stokke but I similar type design. I love the aesthetics but did find it hard to use, maybe it was not a very good replica? X

Charlotte said...

Ahh I love this! So amazing that there is a foot pedal for the height - our highchairs you all had to adjust before sitting them in them! So annoying

The Go To Mum said...

I love the Cosatto range, their design and prints are amazing.

Mama Westie said...

Gaynor- a quick thought........call Cosatto and ask if you can but a replacement seat cover. Voila!

abigail said...

Wow, this looks like an amazing highchair, I would have never of thought of Cosatto doing such great designs!

Kara said...

I have had the exact same experience with the Scandanavian one you mentioned and am desperate to find a usable highchair that works for us. I shall check it out!

fritha strickland said...

always have to use cake as a bartering tool to pry these of him! x

fritha strickland said...

Thanks Vicky! x

Lottie :: Oyster & Pearl said...

Such a cool design!

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