Ella’s Artwork

24 Jun
Ella and Maiya are at “Little Dippers Daycare and Learning Center” during the day…THEY love it…and WE love it!
They have different educational themes each week (i.e. Gardens, Bugs, Birds, etc). I love the artwork that Ella comes home with. Since she does SOOO much artwork, I can’t keep all of it. But I can’t bear to just throw it away, either! So, before tossing them (oh, it still sounds so bad!) I now take photos of all of them! I love the descriptions she gives of her artwork…for example, the bottom left is a picture of her “home.” The picture on the right is a bowl of soup with “corn, blueberry, bugs, and candles.” YUM! And the top picture is of an eggplant that she said she would grow in her garden. Random. Particularly because she won’t eat eggplant. But so so funny.
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2 Responses to “Ella’s Artwork”

  1. Kate and Dennis June 25, 2009 at 1:59 pm #

    Oh, her artwork wouldn't load. I'll have to come back later and check it out.

    In the meantime, Megan Haugh's aunt runs this really awesome craft blog, and I immediately thought of this post when I read your woes about keeping all Ella's artwork:
    http://www.skiptomylou.org/2009/06/11/covered-notebooks/

    There are plenty of projects on here to keep you and your creative girls busy!

  2. leadatortilla June 25, 2009 at 10:23 pm #

    So, what are you feeding that girl?!?! hee hee – that's funny about bugs and candles! I think you are a real sport to photograph all the artwork… you have no idea how much I have thrown away… but I have stored a very few select pieces. VERY FEW.

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