Well we can see that both kids inherited every bit of your talent and then some! They're going to put you out of business in a few years. That's ok... you can farm them out to feed the family and sit back and just draw to your heart's content.I hope the fire station is not really on fire... I hope that's just a training fire!MJP
De tal palo...
well, Alex has your ability to get lots of details in and Olivia has your charm with simple lines :) Wonderful details by the way!
Every time I look at Olivia's cat drawing now, I think of what Alex said when he first saw it: "Why does it have an anchor on its face?"
Love it, love it, love it! How lucky that the fire station is so close to the fire. Your kids are nearly the same ages as my grandkids, and it's amazing how similar the drawing styles are for their ages, especially the types of detail. Thanks for posting these.
Thanks, Alex and Olivia, for letting your dad take a day off, and for showing us such great pictures. I think that cat looks big enough and strong enough to beat up a dog. And I agree with Alice that it is lucky the fire station is right there to take care of that fire.your friend,annie
Yes, you can see the talent already! I'm sure you keep lots of drawing paper and pencils around the house for these kiddos. Very fun idea to include these, Gabi.
There is nothing that convinces more than seeing the confident lines children are able to pull without hesitation!
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