Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Art By Children

Art By Children, Installment #1.

And this begins my new weekly whenever I feel like it FEATURE of Art By Children. If you would like to join in the ABC posting, please link in the comments section.


This is a piece by Bubbles, age 2.
He calls it a sculpture.
This is from his morning impressionist phase.
Viewer Discretion Advised:

"Hippo gets friendly with Elephant who prefers Dinosaur"

What did your toddler do today?

10 comments:

Nellie said...

Ok, that is WAY to funny!

Aunt Jennie/Dee-Dee said...

Tears are streaming down my face I am laughing so hard! Go Bubbles!

Linda said...

What did my TODDLER do? I haven't a toddler of my own (only grandchildren),but I can relate to that sculpture.Been there, done that...cept I can't remember if I was the, ahem, hippo or the dino..
Way to go, Bubbles! That's thing outside of the box.. or the bun..

Denise said...

Too fucking funny!
Love the way the bubbles is a free spirit.

Tricia said...

Fabulous!!

Cindy said...

Now THAT is talent. Bubbles is a GENIUS.

Sophie made a GameBoy in ceramics class that I think is quite good. She's got a good, strong clue that it'S the only one she's ever going to get. Kind of like little boys making toy guns out of stickS and mud. And she made me a really nice cellaphone (cross between cell and telephone), cause it's the only one I'll probably ever get. I'll see if I can find either of them.

mamadaisy said...

HA! this is almost a yogabeans entry...

mine is so excited about the Scooby Doo underpants i bought him, he is wearing them around the house on the outside of his pants (and enclosed diaper, of course).

jenk said...

I believe this move is called Fingercuff. Well, according to Kevin Smith anyway.
*Ahem*
As for the Baby? She experimented with bright pink silly putty. I am busy regreting the Husband's lack of attention this afternoon. That crap is EVERYWHERE.

Anonymous said...

this is totally the face of dH. Deedee knows.

MaryP said...

Oh, my lord. My stomach hurts. That is too, too funny.

Mind you, the toddler at my elbow saw the picture and said, "Oh, look! A teapot!" Me, I don't think I'd be drinking any of that tea...