I want my kids to do things BIG. I want them to live big, love big, give big, have big hearts and big minds. So why not create big, too?
Did you know your local newspaper will sell rolls of paper to you? Did you know that you can get different grades of it?
My local paper sells this roll for $1.00. Yep, $1.00! So call your paper and see how much they sell it for.
You can do all sorts of stuff with it, but this time I used it for plain old drawing – BIG style. I rolled out some in the dining room and gave the kids some markers.
They started off drawing small things.
Then things began to grow larger and larger.
The first small drawings became mere parts of the BIG picture.
They drew entire scenes of life. It was fantastic! Cole even drew a cat that got rescued and went to a home that needed a cat to love. How sweet is that?!
And what does a life scene from a 4 year old and a 2 year old have in it? Mommy.
Cole drew me. Anatomically correct too. Wasn’t that nice of him?
My loving husband just had to point out the fact that my breasts in the drawing are not near the top. They are more in the middle region. Wasn’t that nice of him?