Here is the notorious blue pencil.
This is a drawing of Imogen in her Tutu from my sketchbook.
When we were in Victoria we bought a fairy dress and a tutu for the girls and the night before we flew home we put some music on and let the kids dance around. I was laughing so hard at them all and the way Scarlett (2) was moving to the music. Then, if that wasn’t enough, my Mum put the Tutu on Matthew (2.5). It was so hilarious I was crying! He is such a boy and to see him dancing around in this delicate pink Tutu when he is anything BUT pink and delicate was so cute, but really funny as well.
Poor Matthew, I photographed and video taped the whole thing.
Oh well, when he gets older he can just blame us crazy women for making him wear it…
… BUT I’ll let you in on a little secret: he was just dying to put that pink Tutu on!
June 27, 2008 | Categories: Art with Children, ballet, crying, dancing, Home, inspired by children, original art, Pace-Wynters, Victoria | Tags: art, art and children, dancing, drawing, inspired by children, Maria, Maria Pace-Wynters, pink, sketchbook, tutu | Leave a comment