Esmé is, shall we say, a RE-LUUUC-TANT reader and writer, so much so that I occasionally wonder if I’m a delusional parent as far as her abilities are concerned.
And then she writes stuff like this under the menu on the fridge – which, by the way, we had just filled in with “healthy foods that she promises to eat this week.”
There aren’t any Fruit Loops boxes in the kitchen for her to copy off of – honest!
And there are her random 3D creations that I absolutely adore stumbling across. Like this castle made of styrofoam packing and sharp pencils on our bedroom floor:
Or this pet “water bird” made from kitchen tongs and a wooden spatula, complete with a soup ladle to sip water out of:
So, what kind of
mischief magic has your little one been creating lately? Come share at 5 Minutes for Special Needs!
“It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child.”