Love is the what
Yes he is! Such focus and concentration and such art! Thanks for helping me smile today.
Can I have him?
awww, look at those cheeks.
Who is that angelic child?
I love seeing kids have an opportunity to get messy with art and have the experience of holding a brush and painting. My niece had a whole room full of "stuff" to use to create art and now she is an art major. And if children are free to express themselves in any way they choose rather than in prescribed ways (as in having a class of preschool children draw/make a rabbit that all look exactly the same) then some amazing learning is taking place.
Mel, he makes me smile a mile wide, too. Nice to see you.Stephanie, i think you might need to get on a waiting list!Kristin, aren't they adorable?ELizabeth, angelic is right. I added a note explaining who he is.Gary, he looks as if he know exactly what he is doing, and I am quite sure he does! thank you for being here.
Oh my goodness, the look on his sweet little face is amazing. What a talented little cutie!
Can I have this baby if they get bored with him? I need a new one and he would blend right in.m.
Mark has enough beautiful kids... I want the baby! He is quite a cutie.
I've been away from the blog-world for awhile and missed this!! FABULOUS!! Kids and art, what's not to love?! :)xoxoxo