Brooklyn’s Artwork

This beautiful drawing by Brooklyn is about 4 feet tall.

For some reason I didn’t imagine I’d still have to worry about drawing on the walls once my child hit 5. Guess I was wrong.

Doesn’t she look like she’s thinking, “how dare you share this with the world?”

~This actually happened a few weeks ago, I’m just getting around to posting about it. And I’m only posting about it because I have no other pictures to post because my camera is being a piss face.

8 thoughts on “Brooklyn’s Artwork

  • I shouldn't laugh. I shouldn't laugh. I shouldn't laugh.

    The look on that girls face is PRICELESS and wow is she going to be a joy as a teenager! lol I think the same thing about Miss Moody (aka Peyton)…what are we going to DO when they hit puberty?!?!

    I also laughed at the piss face comment. Can't say I've ever heard that one before, but I can guarantee I'll be using it.

    I hope you were able to get her art off the wall. :c(

  • What beautiful little people with such beautiful little detailed faces! LOL… and I am talking about Brooklyn too! That is too funny. These are the moments I love to blog about and photograph… without documentation it's hard to remember how are kids are! They are so funny!

    I truly love this… our walls have the same kind of artwork on them.

  • LOL I know this isn't funny to you nor would I *think* it were funny if it were my wall and my child. lol

    The look on her face is LOL funny! She isn't happy about something!

    BTW, what is that color on the wall and paint brand? I LOVE it! I think my bathroom needs this on it's walls or maybe my kitchen…

  • Too funny…sorry but it made me chuckle. It reminded me of Jordan when she was about that age and I went around the house and took pictures of all her writings on the wall. She was really good about playing school and writing the alphabet. But of course she would always say that it wasn't her. lol. I actually did a scrapbook page about it. I love that picture of Brooklyn, it goes perfect with her drawing.

  • Oh no!! I don't think I have to worry about Chaylee anymore either, but it goes to show, we just never know! I found her and her friends out scribbling all over our driveway with crayons the other day. That stuff doesn't just wash off. We will have all the neighbor kids names on our drive way forever now. At least it wasn't wall though.

    I know it's probably not funny right now, but some day will be. Her expression is priceless!

    Sorry about your camera!

  • Last year when I was a crazy pregnant lady, I discovered that The Boy had drawn blue lines all over his carpet. He was six. I am sorry to say that a lot of screaming resulted.

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