Posted by Doodlemum
That’s normally the time not to be thinking that they’re playing nicely but that there’s mischief in the making…
Posted on August 28, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged Beach, Children, Doodlemum, Drawing, Family, Humour, Illustration, Life, Pen and Ink, Sketchbook. Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.
Peace and quiet – never a good sign with kids!
Can I just say that out of the hundreds of Illustration BLOGS I come across…yours is my favourite.
I love your style and can only dream that one day I will be as great as you.
Thank you so much Lisa and welcome aboard! I’m so happy you’re enjoying the pictures. I really enjoy what I do, keep going and keep drawing!
I once was being buried on a Welsh beach when the dune behind me collapsed and covered me completely. It was the most frightened I have ever been in my long life. I couldn’t even scream. Fortunately my burier boyfriend was able to extricate me as I was about to expire.
Oh dear god Viv! How frightening for you. Not a nice experience at all!
quiet children and no disaster? Good for you!!! Hope you enjoyed the peace and quiet Last time that happened here, my library book had 2 missing pages. One was torn in little pieces by my toddler, the other one was my baby’s version of snacktime…
Oooooh not good! I hope it wasn’t the end pages, nothing worse than not knowing the ending to a good book!
It were the first pages of the book, so I guess I’m lucky
Dead lions, a brilliant game for peace & quiet!!
aaaawwww lol – have they been in the Granny’s Custard yet?
ewwwwwww …..not yet!!!!
I’d just been reading how burying people in the sand was an essential childhood must-do in the back to nature child raising philosophy … you clearly are a great parent!
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