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September 24, 2005

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myra

Those are great! I too have been enjoying my son's drawings and thinking of how to use them in craft projects.

Nichola

Wonderful! I can't wait until Mia is drawing faces, at the moment she just draws squiggles, on the walls and furniture!

pyglet

they are great!!

Donna

That is a wonderful rendition of Thomas, considering Max's age! I'd be a proud Mama, too :)

Emily

Those little smiley faces are awesome. About a year ago my son went from scribbles to his first "guy". I was thrilled! I get ten or more pictures a day and I save most of them. I would love to figure out a way to use them in a quilt. Invest in some plastic storage bins, you're going to need them!! :)

karen

those faces are awsome.

yesterday my daughter did some drawings too, it is so rare, she's not into drawing...so I decided to keep the best one to make me a momorable T-shirt ;o)

julia fc

I like that they're so very different. Ordinary children tend to just make the same one over and over again. Clearly, Max is a genius.

Jennifer

Funny, my son did that too. Drew detailed faces when he was quite young, and then...nothing. No lovely faces --instead he drew lots of geometric things, letters of the alphabet and robots, etc. Now he's 6 1/2 and has begun doing some lovely things. I just hung a nice beach scene with sunset on the wall.

kelly

Those are incredible! Brynne isn't doing faces yet, but she's really enjoying collaborative drawing at the moment - one of us will start the drawing and the other will finish it off. I think she loves the element of surprise...

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