Our two oldest girls tend to have fights from time to time. Sometimes – very unusual I know – there is overwrought emotional expression involved in these discussions. We have encouraged them to consider drawing their feelings instead of hitting the offending combatant.
On the weekend Laura and I were the recipient of the following expressions of emotion…
This one started the process. We can see that on the rage scale this is a level 10 mad. You will note the angry open eyes, inflamed cheeks and very definite frown expressing displeasure at the situation.
Not to be outdone, D2 responded with her own artistic expression of mild frustration.
Since it would be unfair to allow little sisters to have the upper hand or final draw as it were – this picture which I will call Mad 2.0 was produced. Notice the addition of angry eyebrows and now some slightly crazed pupils.
And then? The death head.
Really how could that possibly be topped?
You might wonder what could possibly produce this level of artistic fury?
D2 didn’t want D1 to remove her monkey from baby school classes and D1, well she really wanted to take Monkey up into her bed and thus the spiral began.
It is possible that my kids have a different perspective on the world than me.
I liked the pictures though. I think they are probably worth keeping.