Monday, August 29, 2011

Oh Art Fail, We Love You...Part 3

 Are giant penises just that easy to make? We think the answer to that is yes...

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My then 3-year-old daughter created this masterpiece at her preschool. I felt like I should call her teacher and explain that my daughter just really loves to do "dot-dots" when she colors, and I actually do not let her watch CSI marathons in her downtime. The color choice was particularly unfortunate.



Yes.  Those are purple penises that my five year old drew on him, my younger son, and our male dog. Very large penises.




Check out my daughter's "hula girl"   It's a little blurry because my entire body was shaking from trying to control my laughter.



I don't know if this needs an explanation, but here it is: my son (who, poor thing, has three sisters) handed me this watercolor sometime last summer (so he was about six).  He said, "Mama, could you please give this to Daddy when he gets home?" I glanced at it, and then said, "Sure, I will...did you make it just for him?" He replied solemnly, "Yes, it makes me think of him."  And in case you couldn't tell, the title is "World's Biggest Pansy". 


My five year old and I picked up an "easy" balloon animal kit at the store to fill up a summer afternoon. After following the directions step by step to make a puppy dog this is what we ended up with. It is definitely not a puppy but might pass as an x-rated balloon man. My child has been carrying it all around the neighborhood proudly!


(c)Herding Turtles, Inc. 2009 - 2011

16 comments:

  1. Oh these are PRICELESS....the pansy one reminds me of a picture my daughter drew of our family -- she drew me (I was the biggest figure), herself (also very prominent), our two cats, and then daddy (who was basically a tiny smudge behind the cats) -- my husband was like, well I get where I fit in the family hierarchy...:) ~Melissa

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  2. OMG.... I think I just died laughing again :)

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  3. Hilarious, kids and their masterpieces!

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  4. Oh the World's Biggest Pansy was brilliant.

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  5. Ha!haha! Love these. "worlds biggest pansy" might be responsible for waking up the rest of my house.

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  6. Can't ... post... laughing... dying... dead...

    --kate in MI

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  7. Oh I'm CRYING laughing, the Pansy got me and the big ole Penis knocked it out of the park. Thanks for the morning laugh.

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  8. ahahahahahahahaha*snort*ahahahahaha

    I am SO showing my hubby when he gets home. We really can't wait for our own baby daughter's art fails.

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  9. I do believe this has inspired me to do a scrapbook layout of all the artistic talant my kids have come up with...of course, by the time get around to it I'll be too old to remember....

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  10. OOOhhh, seeing my son's "World's Biggest Pansy" painting just made my day! I forgot I sent that in :)

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  11. Bwahahahaha, World's Biggest Pansy. That's fan-damn-tastic.

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  12. I just Emailed you my son's "art" he made today in school. I hope I sent it to the right place. I had just finished reading these (and squirting milk out of my nose!) when he came home and showed me Psyduck, a/k/a the Bit Yellow Penis with a Face!

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  13. omg...crying with laughter at the world's biggest pansy!

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  14. My friend just posted that at her son's open house tonight the teacher shared a photo of her sitting on the couch with the remote in her hand and the baby crying in the crib alone. She was one proud mama.

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  15. As a preschool teacher, I have to tell you that I see a LOT of drawings of penises. Little boys just don't seem to feel like a self-portrait is really complete without that most important body part (and sometimes every member of the family, even Mommy, needs to have one drawn on, too).

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