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

2 comments:

  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.

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

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