How adorable are these two gorgeous children???
Sibling images at any age can prove a little difficult, but that wasn't the case with this session. Little Zarah has certainly taken to her new role as big sister and was the perfect model in front of the camera.
You could feel the instant connection between them both and know these images will be treasured forever.
One of the most memorable family moments we will ever have and one we will always cherish. That's how I would sum up seeing Runrig play their final concert in front of the stunning backdrop of Stirling Castle surrounded by my favourite people in the world, my family. There was tears, laughter, happiness and obviously sadness, that such an amazing band were ending their careers, but what a way to end it all. Despite a little rain later on, it was the perfect end to a wonderful story of music, friendship, family and Scotland.
Runrig have been a big part of our family for a long time, whether it's singing in the kitchen, rocking out in the car or providing the soundtrack to our road trips around the highlands and islands their music has kept us entertained. We first saw them live 5 years ago at Edinburgh castle and thought it would be difficult to match that, but somehow it was even better.
The night wouldn't have been complete without a man synonymous with the band, Donnie Munro. Part of the original line up, Donnie played some old favourites and wowed the crowd with a timeless performance, followed by the amazing Julie Fowlis, a singer unmatched by any other when it comes to adding that Scottish touch!
Fingers crossed a comeback tour is in the pipeline..........
Here in Ayrshire, we're only days away from the school year starting again and I can't believe how quickly this day has arrived for our youngest boy, Callum.
Declan, our eldest son, is about to start his all important fourth year so you'd think that having experienced this once before it would get a bit easier but this couldn't be further from the truth,
One minute you're holding a brand new bundle of life in the maternity ward, the next you're straightening their tie and kissing them goodbye at the school gates where they're about to discover a new found independence.
I can't imagine our little boy, lining up in the morning waiting for the school bell to go, playing out in the playground at break without checking we're there, queuing at lunchtime to make the decision on what to eat (I'm pretty sure they won't cut his sandwich into 8 equal parts the way he insists on at home 😂) and taking charge of his gym kit without asking what shoe goes on what foot .
Like most parents Monday will certainly be an emotional day and I'll be counting down the hours for the bell to go to make sure he loved his first day at school and for all our worries to melt away.
With over 13.4k shares on Facebook, Emma certainly captures the emotion of ever parent on their Childs first day at school.