Draw Doggie

Both girls just love to draw. My brother and his wife(!) –they just got married in February–  bought them magnadoodles for Christmas and let me tell you, those things get used every single day. The other morning Russell sent Kylie into the kitchen to show me something. She had her “color pad” as we call it and was saying “draw doggie.” When I saw what was drawn I didn’t believe it. I thought Russell drew it. But no, our little Bear just may have the artist gene. Check out the picture we were able to snap.

I may be biased, but I think that is a pretty good doggie for a 2 year old to draw!

Published in: on March 31, 2012 at 8:40 am  Comments (4)  

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  1. That’s adorable!

  2. The artistic gene definetly runs in the family & it looks like she’s got it!!!

  3. Reading about your adventures always makes me smile. Raising my twin girls has been the most rewarding part of my journey so far. It goes way too fast!
    I have been enjoying your blog and seeing your photo captures of the moments you choose to share. Reading your posts and sharing in your adventures has been rewarding for me. I want to say thank you and that I believe you deserve the Creative Capture Blogging Award. Please enjoy the fact that someone out here in the blogosphere enjoys your photo captures of the moments you choose to share. Stop by to get your badge if you would like to show others your award status. Keep blogging, keep photographing, and keep sharing. Congratulations and enjoy! : )

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    Just Ramblin’

  4. […] But, every once in a while you can actually see what it is that they said they drew. Case and point this picture Kylie drew of a doggie. I didn’t believe it when Russell first told me she drew […]

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