Yikes. He is so cute though.
I agree Josh...why mamma? WHY??? LOL!
I think every mamma goes through this one and we all ask the same question. Really????
And that is why I keep the crayons on top of the fridge! lol! How frustrating!It always amazes me that people have such young children who will actually stay in time out when they're put there. Seriously - lucky parents! Our time out is in the crib. Noah would never stay in time out unless he was trapped. He would get up and cry his eyes out, trying to climb my legs to "Cuddle?! Cuddle?! Hug?? Nurse??? Please?? Waaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhh!!"
Okay, I have to admit I chuckled a little. Okay, a lot! But what a mess you had to clean up! What a little stinker... haha!
At least he was nice enough not to do it in Perm. marker!
He he. I love it. I need to get some.
Ruh roh! That's a lot of artwork there little mister!! ;)
Oh no! My son is bad about this too! Such a cutie though!
That looks quite familiar. That look on his face though...priceless. Makes me feel bad for him and I know it shouldn't. Kids really have a way of knowing how to get to you.
Uh-oh! I love that he was just trying to make things prettier though. Too funny! lol
I know one day this is going to be me. My daughter just loves to steal pens. Luckily she hasn't drawn on anything... yet
Hehe the classic toddler shenanigans!
Uh oh! LOL.Adorable. I remember my son getting creative in the same way. Funny now i look back at it but at the time yikes lol. Here's my WW:http://ttoria.blogspot.comTToriaxo
I have a little Picasso myself, luckily not the walls too much yet but everything else has been fair game!
I keep dreading the day Eirik realizes the crayons draw on things other than paper!
He looks so innocent ;-)
Oh my. I dread the day this happens. I'm glad it came out !
Oh goodness, did you totally freak? Evie is getting an easel for Christmas and I have major anxiety that she is going to find her inner Van Gough and destroy the house. I need to write you an email about your question - it's just been a crazy week.