There are cracks in your face….

Auntie Lizzie has come to visit and Evie, as normal, is on form with her observations….

 

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Posted on March 23, 2011, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 20 Comments.

  1. So so funny! After a hideously early morning (meaning I am not in the best of moods) this made me giggle – thank you.

  2. *wonders if polyfilla will do as good a job on my cracked face as it does with the cracks in our walls. Hmmmmm.*

  3. Hehe! That’s a funny way of describing wrinkles!! Only a child could think of it ;)

  4. I love it. My own youngest described his nanna as “not fresh”. I’m still smiling.

  5. I see my children (when they were little) in so many of your sketches. Thank you for sharing them!

  6. haha! :D only a little child can get away with saying something like that. ;)

  7. ah I feel Auntie Lizzie’s pain. my friend’s daughter once asked me why my butt was so jiggly, in front of about 30 people. mortifying. yet, all you can do is laugh. and run to the nearest gym. :)

    love your illustrations! please tell me you’ve done childrens’ books??

    • I’m laughing at this! Sorry I do feel your pain but Im glad you can see the funny side too! Of course I want to do children’s books but the publishing world is a frightening place and I’m getting there…slowly…I really want to though but I am enjoying this blog rather too much and I like where its going too. So we shall see eh? Please keep coming and looking because I do love all these wonderful comments. You should see the size of my head now!!!

  8. Oh dear, out of the mouths of babes and all that . . .

  9. haha~~~cute… we all get old

  10. Really cute! Poor Aunt Lizzie…

  11. My children come out with comments all the time – just like that. Teaching a class of 3 and 4 years old means that one cannot avoid the ‘honesty’ from the class.

    “OK children, look – I have blue eyes and brown hair” (me)
    (Laughing child)…. “It’s not brown – it’s grey!”

    Speechless. I’m 31 – I’m going grey – but I didn’t realise the children would pick up on it quite so much. I think I’ve passed thr 50-50 stage. Now 51% grey – Boooooo.

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