Sunday, May 22, 2011

Kids' Arts and Crafts FAIL Part 5

We're sensing a theme here. That a lot of these drawings have a certain resemblance to a particular body part. Maybe because it's super easy to draw? Yeah, let's just go with that. Someday we can all tell our kids that they really, really liked personifying penises...

My daughter Kristina (age 3) brought this home from preschool last December, and proceeded to explained to me that her gingerbread man was pooping:

My son drew this picture, illustrating the “If you give a pig a pancake” book – I have no idea what he wrote, but I hope the sentence doesn’t match the picture.  I suppose he IS biologically correct, though…

"Ummm, it's so good, baby. Yes! I love it. Of course I can tell it's Mommy. That's totally fine that my legs sprout from my chin and my arms come from my thighs. Oh, and I'm screaming? OK. Wait -- did you sneak in Mommy and Daddy's room the other night? Crap."

Here is something my 6 year old created over the Christmas break – it’s no penis horse, but I am sure you’ll appreciate it just the same. I came upon it while cleaning the playroom. What’s worse? That he knows the lyrics to a dirty old song or that he actually likes big butts? Hayden, age 6 – LYRICAL Genius. Such a proud mommy moment ;-)

This is a “caterpillar” that my 3 year old daughter drew at a restaurant one night:

(c)Herding Turtles, Inc. 2009 - 2011


  1. Thank you for all the never fail to make me laugh over and over again!

  2. I am just curious for all of you who know what the picture is SUPPOSED to be. Did your kids look at you like you were stupid when you asked? LOL Cuz that's what mine do!

  3. My kids are good at remembering inappropriate song lyrics too.

  4. Haha. These are so great! More, more, more! Please?

  5. Here's a question - who made the pig a SHE?!

  6. Love love love the caterpillar on Elmo's mouth LMAO

  7. Art Fail #3 - you know the one - Mommy head with arms and legs sprouting out of it and fingers that look just... yeah, so I was showing my friends tonight the awesomeness of your blog and had them laughing to tears, as I always do, even tho my 5 yr old and 2 yr old were playing nearby and I had to spell any 'special' words like p-e-n-i-s so as not to have to answer a million little questions. Anyway, this mommy claymation comes up and my 5 1/2 yr old comes walking over and said "Mommy, look! It's you." I asked her how she knew and she said "It's simple mommy. She has your hair, and your eyes, and your nose and mouth. She even has your arms and fingers and legs." Oh, yeah, makes so much more sense now (as my friends shake and quake with laughter) 5 1/2 yr old runs off to play and 2 yr old toddles over as friends and I laughingly discuss my 5 yr old's interpretation. She says "Mommy that's you!" me: "Really J?" J says 'yes' So I ask, "How does that look like Mommy?" J responds back: "Ummm, I dunno..." and runs off You can only imagine the comments my husband had for me after he learned about this LOL... I cannot wait for 5 1/2 yr old to start bringing home her 'art fails' and I too, will proudly hang them on the fridge for every guest to see!




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