My Son, the Artist

As you know, T is multi-talented. I mean, I don't want to be one of those mommies, but my kid is super, duper talented! (and by "I don't want to be one of those mommies," I mean I absolutely am one of those mommies!)

Let me state my case. Here are exhibits A, B, C, D, and E. He gets a marker, grabs a notecard and says, "Mommy, I want to draw me." He said, "I am going to draw a circle." and he did. Then he said, "Hmm. I need eyes." He drew two eyes and said, "one, two." Then, "Oh, where is my nose?" Then he drew the dot nose. "I need a mouth."
Then I say, "Let's draw mommy!" He says, "I'm gonna draw daddy!" While drawing daddy, he said, "Oh-he needs ears!"
Then I say, "Let's draw mommy!" He says, "I'm gonna draw Peeper."
Then I say, "oooh, let's draw mommy!" He says, "I'm gonna draw Oba!"
Then I say, "Let's draw mommy!" Then he says, "I'm gonna draw Pops!"
Well, I think you get the idea!

Please send all gifted inquiries to my personal email. I will respond as soon as I sort through the hundreds of responses. 

On a serious note, for more information on the developmental stages of drawing, go here


  1. Without question, your son is the most brilliant child since my kids became adults. Congrats! Now you won't have to worry about parent/teacher conferences where you learn your son is reading in the Blackbird group. We always knew that the Bluebird group was the smart kids.

  2. Ha! Too funny....and I couldn't agree more!


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