Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Ker-Bear has really, really been into her crayons, markers, chalk and stickers over the past few days. She sometimes spends up to a half hour at a time on her little projects. All through school I was kinda known as the girl who could draw, so I love that she's taking an early interest in art. Now that I've said that, she'll probably never pick up a crayon again, and that would be fine too. Although my Mom often says how much she's like I was as a child, she's definitely her own person, and I love that. But anyway, I love watching her blossoming creativity.



Though she's far from being able to stay in the lines, she's suddenly gone from just filling a page with colors, to concentrating on specific areas..like the cow and cat above. (Jill, she sort of reminds me of your Lilah in this one)




She's even dabbling in body art...




Why, yes, I do kiss those cheeks about two dozen times a day.






And those sweet feet aren't going to be that little for long, So I thought I should take a picture of them before she grows yet another shoe size.

5 comments:

Jessica said...

She is so cute and getting so big. As for the body art just wait she will figure out markers work on skin. Jamey does that any time I leave him alone for more then a minute with the markers.

Colin and Jill Canada said...

Seriously cute!

I love how thick her gorgeous hair is, and definitly our girls have a lot of look alike moments.

She is doing great at colouring too, seriously, the girl has nothing to learn...

I adore her!
Jill

fleur de lis cottage said...

I think you have a budding artist on your hands. And a cute one at that!!

Wendy said...

I love the one of her lying on her stomach coloring and oh those toes are so very cute!!

Have a great weekend!

Wendy

The Byrd's Nest said...

What a busy little girl Virginia....you know Lottie and Emma do not like to color:( It is so disappointing to me ....I loved coloring with Elisabeth when she was younger. Enjoy these sweet moments!

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