Please share a link to a photo of your child's funniest drawing.
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There are reasons I am not a PTO mom, or a scissor mom, (the ones that come to school to cut things out). The reasons are because my kids think its funny to make a pasta skeleton and put macaroni testicals and rotinini pee-pee and spaghetti BONE? I asked what the spaghetti was and he said, “That’s the bone in the pee-pee“.
I clearly have more to worry about, judging from this picture, but….
FOR THE LOVE OF GOD WE HAVE STANDARDS.
YOU DAD IS A BONE DOCTOR!
HOW CAN YOU NOT KNOW THERE ARE NO BONES IN YOUR PEE-PEE?
I take a few deep breaths. I put it into perspective. There are three types of pasta that makes up the noodle guys junk (oh and we know it’s a noodle GUY, right) but the dude has no feet.
If you have girls your daughter is probably putting shoes on her Barbies feet right now and I have an anatomically (in)correct footless pasta dude on my fridge.
Copy and paste this address to see it in all its glory.
My 3 year old drew a portrait of me one day without any prompting. She said she drew me as a pretty princess with PINK hair because even though I don't have pink hair right now, I would "look love-a-lee" if I ever did grow some that color.
It turns out that my 9 year-old autistic son Jacob is quite an amazing budding artist. While his favorite subjects are cartoon and movie characters - current obsessions are Batman, DragonBall-Z-Kai and StarWars - I can occasionally persuade him to draw other things, and actively encourage him to look to the ACTUAL world around him for inspiration.
Here is a picture of our family cat that I asked Jake to draw last winter. You will see a look of intense anxiety in the cat's eyes, and that is because Jake LOVES the cat so much he chases her around the house attempted to hug and kiss her all day long. And so this is how she looks when he is close to capturing her. Really. Also note he drew claws on only her hind paws, because she actually only has hind claws (she's a rescue cat we got this way). I had no idea he had noticed that.
This is the post the cat picture appeared in: http://www.squashedmom.com/2011/12/because.html
My daughter's painting of a flower when she was 5, she tried to "sound out" the word LOL:
I work full time, in March my husband left me at home with the kids to go on a " business trip " (aka work boondoggle to Florida). Note -we already had plans to go to there a few weeks later on spring break, so to her, Florida = Pool and Grandma's house. Day 3 of his departure, this is the note my six year old presented me with.
<img src='http://imagelib4.circleofmoms.com/live_photo16696243_t' alt='Abbey on Circle of Moms' /> she says its a reindeer!
When my five-year-old son told me he was working on his Facebook at school, I couldn't help but wonder why on earth his kindergarten teacher was letting them go online. Then this came home...
Daughters like to draw or create anything everywhere!
-Drawing pictures along a riverside.
-Wonderful flower arrangements
-At a kindergarten
Ah, I only have my bike blog, Mama Bicycle. Of course, they always draw pictures at home more often :)
My kids love to draw outdoors in the sand or mud, using sticks. The drawing I'm sharing is a portrait of me apparently... http://muminsearch.com/2012/03/ww-portrait-of-me/