Posted by Doodlemum
Give him a tea towel and a certain theme tune playing on you tube and my three year old thinks he can soar.
Posted on February 7, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged Children, Doodlemum, Drawing, Family, Humour, Illustration, Life, Pen and Ink, Sketchbook. Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.
I can hear it now…. all things through faith…. fly….fly…. fly!
Clever inspiration done cleverly. Very nice.
It is clear Arnie does not agree!
Reblogged this on pensamiento amplio.
aloha DoodleMum. of course he can fly. it’s the secret of landing that has yet to be perfected.
. . . . altho that mid-air pause technique appears to be quite helpful.
fun on. aloha.
Thank you! All good fun
“I wish I could fly
like a bird in the sky,
but I can’t.”
Okay, I did that deliberately so you’d have Orville on your brain all day instead.
It worked….I feel so drained…
this is a daily scene in our house. I go mad about the cushions coming off the sofa!
Orville! Now that’s a blast from the past
I’ve accepted the cushions role in assisting wonder boy in his crash landings, it eases the frustration…
I’ve never though of it like that. I have just come to terms with the fact they are going to run around like mad things after tea every night regardless of however I try and stop them
We call it silly ‘o clock in our house…
Gives a whole new meaning to scatter cushions
hi,,, I am from Indonesia,,, this incident I have ever experienced as a child, jumping from box baby and feel myself can be fly like superman,,, hahaha,,,, it’s very funny,,,:D
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