There’s a family that lives down the street from us and I occasionally watch their kids. Occasionally being the key word because I don’t think the kids like me very much. Actually I know they don’t because they’ve told me. Man, you hide one plastic sword from a kid because he was trying to stab you and then it’s your fault when Halloween rolls around and the 5 year old pirate is swordless because the babysitter hid it in an awesome place that even she can’t remember.
Anyway, today the swordless pirate was getting his 5 year old check up shots, so it was just his 3 year old sister and 1 year old brother. She decided we should tolor.
Note: She cannot make the “K” sound.
As we were toloring, she asked me to draw a fox for her. Wanting at least one of the children to like me, I decided I’d draw her a really nice picture. At the same time she decided she would draw a porcupine. So when I was about half way done with the fox she says to me, “You’re doing it wrong.” Then a few minutes later “That’s not very dood.”
Note: She cannot make the “G” sound either.
After I finished it, she asked me, “Are you going to take that home?” I told her no, because it was for her. “Well I think you should. I don’t like it.”
So I was like…girl please. Let’s see your porcupine. So she held it up.
Wow, what a beautiful drawing SAID NO ONE BUT YOUR MOM BECAUSE SHE HAD TO!