8.06.2009

Our Little Interior Designer

Perhaps Jack has a future in interior design. I am sure as he was creating his "art" he was thinking he was helping us liven up the place.

We didn't take pictures of all his work. The computer, the wall and the floor also received Jack's "special" treatment.

I also now understand that when things are too quiet, it cannot be good.

We are grateful for washable crayons.




7 comments:

Karen said...

Jack seems to have the same theme (and crayon) going through your home. Start saving for design school now Mom and Dad.

Jessica said...

We also love, and are committed to, washable crayons. I get a little annoyed when someone gives them a pack of the other kind.

Rebekah said...

How long was he quiet?! :) Nate and elizabeth were "quiet" once and I ended up with marker on the sliding glass door, the walls around it, the venetian blinds that covered it, and Nate and lizzy! :) Before Washable Markers...

D and M Patrick said...

These pics will be great to show him one day when he has kids and they do the same thing. He really did a number on that chair, didn't he?

Janalu said...

I see he has a black theme going..he must be in his dark period...be prepared for the assult of rainbow colors to come when he moves on from black.

Emily Horrocks said...

LOL wow Jack really expressed himself, didn't he!? Yes, thank goodness for washable crayons and Mr. Clean Magic Eraser!! I'm still working on getting pen mark off the walls!

The Teeples Times said...

He definitely is showing some talent there...WOW! Have you tried the magic eraser? It's worked wonders for me. I've too learned, especially with Ethan & Gavin that quiet = disaster!!

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