oh my! Why is it that little kids write on themselves instead of on paper, where their suppose to?? Faith does the same thing!
Well, better on their feet, than the dog! Poor Max... he's so tolerant of my 2yr old!-Melissa
Just think of it as him channelling his inner Picaso!
Hmm...better than a permanent tattoo~
I almost commented on the original post that I went to Target and bought some only to realize they are NOT washable. I have a hard and fast rule in my house that all markers must be washable. Well, that rule is now out the window due to the $1 marker sale. I'm a sucker for a good deal. Here's to hoping we keep the color on the paper in my house and out of the baby's hands (yeah right!). I'll probably have a similar post in my blog in the near future! ;)
Reminds me of my Hannah...
Been there! Hope they come off! Enjoy!
Lol! My nine year old still writes on her skin. She tells me it's because she wants to be a tattoo artist like Kat Von D. ;) You go girl!
Hello Sarah - this photo made me giggle - he's trying to cover up his foot like "what marks?" LOLBlessings,Mariehttp://emmacallsmemama.com
Be thankful those are WASHABLE MARKERS and not SHARPIES.My older girls decorate themselves with Sharpies when they head off to swim meets ... their entire swim schedule. Let me just say it takes DAYS for those SHARPIES to wear off. Things could be worse ;)
When my middle daughter was 2 1/2 she wrote neck to toe all over her body with a black sharpie. In a matter of about 4 minutes, she was the zebra child! We have photos of her looking oh-so defeated and sitting in the sink naked and being forced into cleanliness. ;( Poor kid.Orange isn't so bad, really. ;)*Tricia
Oh my! LOL! I really need that laugh this morning. Love it!!! Thankfully it is not a permanent, indelible, never come off till your dead and possibly later than that marker. We have a book that talks about those markers. The little girl decorates her dad while he sleeps.
My 3 year old thinks the walls are her personal art canvas. We only can buy washable markers here. Of course she always manages to find a pen and writes all over her stomach and face.