What’s this, you say? You barely hear from me for months, and suddenly I’m back with two posts in the same week? Yep. I’m the same with phone calls, so don’t feel like it’s just you guys. Today, we celebrate the season with some fine artworks by my two genii. 1. Picasso-Santa: The first is … More The crayon is mightier than the sword: Christmas 2015 edition!
As the person responsible for cleaning your bathroom, I detect a whiff of hypocrisy, son…
Hooray! Another fascinating look into the slightly demented world that is the artistic mind of my five-year-old! He’s started school now, so there’s a constant stream of masterpieces making their way home with him. Some are magnificent in detail. Some are just plain funny. Some are both. I love this guy’s ‘hands in the air … More The crayon is mightier than the sword: Part III (or whatever installment I was up to)
‘I love my daddy because he is really hairy. One day I will be as hairy as him!’. I honestly thought that he always just drew Daddy with multiple belly-buttons (because belly-buttons are awesome and Daddy’s the most awesome person he knows). Turns out, that’s been chest hair all along. Happy Fathers Day to the … More The crayon is mightier than the sword: Fathers’ Day edition
Art can be a great way for kids to express their emotions. Or to menace their parents with thinly-veiled threats. Or just to confuse and/or embarrass them on paper. 1. My son and I had some differences of opinion the other morning about whether AC/DC is acceptable breakfast music, whether undies really need to be … More The crayon is mightier than the sword: Part 1