My Eva is in that stage!!! Please tell me that marker is washable! :)
Oh no! And, that is why I throw out every non-washable marker the second it enters my home:) That has happened to me way too many times!
oh no! Looks like that girl needs an easel and lots of big paper!When I was about her age, I took a permanent green magic marker to my mom's wooden mantel and her set of skyway luggage! :-O
Oh boy, have we BTDT!! I had to ban markers for a while!! Nice pic though!! Hehe!!
Oh my! Magic Eraser to the rescue! :)
That made me smile...& then go check to see what my littles were doing! ;o)
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Heh! I was too interested in her skills than to notice she actually drew on the wall! It wasn't until I came to write a comment that I read the previous comments and oops...Well, I hope it;s washable, but I think that's an excellent drawing. I cannot wait for Lilah to start drawing...on paper of course!Jill
Oh my! I didn't see that was a WALL until the 3rd picture! But look at that GORGEOUS face. =) I hope it was an easy clean up!
Hoping that was a washable marker?! Regardless, one of those moments you'll be glad you captured on film!Love & Blessings from Hong Kong,Kim
Very talented...even if it wasn't where you wanted it (:
Mr. CLean?The smile says that you didn't beat the artist?:)
Heh. We have a history of that at our house, although the Tongginator prefers glue. Hope it came off... Magic Eraser is wonderful, yes?
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eeks! I hope there's a great story to go with that illustration!