A wee drawing

By my wee lass.

She specialises in snails (in case you couldn’t figure it out). She completely nailed one months ago and after all the praise she got at the time, she now trots one out each and every drawing session. We talked her though her name (ball with a stick down the side, a snake and a smily face with a curvy stick etc…) and she did well for a little lady not yet 4.

Today I am grateful for learning. And teaching. And figuring stuff out. For being a parent. Again.

Playing along with Maxabella.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/13738366255343185057 Cate

    Oh that is divine…so eager to please (bless!)
    have a great weekend

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/15761220164069379437 Maxabella

    Yeh, yeh the snail is cute BUT… she can write her name and she’s not even 4…!?!? Go Daisy!!! x

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/07422068499429667636 Posie Patchwork

    Gorgeous & i love how children draw how they feel before school – where they might get the kind of teacher who shows them how to draw!! That’s so annoying, especially if they teach them to draw stick figures instead of how children really draw people – with fat necks & nobble knees!! Happy days & a drawing future. Love Posie

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/07648204470712239011 Amy

    Fantastic! That’s one good looking snail.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/09345662692259541964 Kymmie

    I’m super impressed. My four year old son can’t even write an “M” let alone his own name. This girl is super clever (and so is mummy). Obviously. xx

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/15999271127735997770 Naturally Carol

    That would be ‘daisy’ I’m guessing…she did very well and I love her snail!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/00523302175587144970 Belinda

    Very impressive! xx.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/04124544685509443098 Megan

    Amazing work by your daughter (and you for teaching her)! As a teacher of 4 year olds you should be very proud of what she is achieving :)

  • http://lifeinapinkfibro.blogspot.com/ Life In A Pink Fibro

    Love the snail! I can see why she trots it out every time. :-)