Me: I just did.
#5: GUESS WHAT I MADE IN ART CLASS TODAY WITH ORANGE PAPER AND WHITE PAPER AND RED MARKER?
#5: (pulls out his art project)
Me: DUDE! This is awesome!
#5: Yeah I finished what we were doing early and the teacher said I could make whatever I wanted!
Me: Can I take a picture of it?
We walk into the bedroom, put it on my bed, and I start snapping away.
#5: Maybe I should have put a sign on it that says no flash photography.
#5: No flash photography.
Me: Oh. . . to. . . protect it?
Me: Because it’s a Work of Art.
Well, it is.
17 thoughts on “You mean like they do for the Mona Lisa?”
I shouldda thought of that
Brilliant! As someone trained in the field, it truly is a wonderful work of art! Please tell #5…. Bravo.
“No flash photography!” Ha!!! #5 is brilliant. But you already knew that.
Awesome! What a great idea.
that is so awesome!!
Ok . thats just awesome.
#5 is in the throes of Bacon Mania. If you bring him out to LA, we can take him to a dedicated mobile treatment facility.
He’s on extra bacon overload this week. I may have to send him out to you, but after checking that out, I don’t know if he’d come back.
Funny! Sounds like #5 is very creative. Now I want bacon!
That is the funniest thing I have seen/read this week!
It is also the most precocious and precious.
Pop-up bacon. Brilliant AND delicious. #5 is like the Andy Warhol of his time.
Note to self: prepare for something similar! LOL
lol, Love it! I can’t wait for these moments. My oldest is 2.
I bet #5 was flattered that you asked to take a picture. I’m going to try this with my kids because I haven’t done a very good job at showing interest in the ten art projects they bring home every day.