Whatever the reason, I think the picture she brought home from preschool the other day is her most impressive work yet. I apologize in advance for the cheap paper that you can see through, and the crumpledness...I like making up words...Addison has a habit of crumpling or rolling her pictures after she's done with them (and sometimes gets VERY mad at me when I won't let her throw them away). It HORRIFIES ME!!!
Anyway, she brought this home from preschool a few weeks ago. Robyn told me that she drew a picture of me. I thought, "Oh, cute, I look like a pumpkin." And hung it up on my fridge so I could bask in my pumpkin glory.A few days later Addison noticed the picture hanging on the fridge and said, "Mom, that's the picture I drew of you. I said, "Yes it is, where is my head?" She said, "On the other side." I was a little confused and said, "What?" She said, "You're on the other side." Other side?!? I should have known. Very rarely does my little girl consider a work finished until she had drawn on both sides. I flipped it over and saw this.Wow, much more impressive. I can see my head, two arms, and some things that are probably either ears or hair. I also noticed some "H"s. Addison loves drawing "H"s because, in her words, "H is for Hannah." So I pointed to the letter and said, "And what letter is this?" She responded, "H. I drew 'H's in your tummy because H is for Hannah and Hannah was in your tummy." I just stood there with my mouth open!!! Are two-year-olds supposed to be able to do this type of thing?!? I am seriously so impressed. So now, as much as I loved the pumpkin me, this side of the paper is my favorite. My little girl is so smart!