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March 17, 2009


You just have to frame that. It's amazing. That's how my kids should draw themselves, too. Dear god, the TALKING.

So she takes after your side of the family, eh?

Wow! I love it! That is such a cool picture. I bet you can't get a word in around your house.

The mouths are great but I love the extra eye. Also noteworthy? No ears.

If Kathryn has 5 mouths, how many mouths would Lila and Victoria have on their faces to correctly represent their jabbering? That's the blogging math problem for today. Please show your work.

Kathryn has a great tan.

I love it - you have to frame that one. I have a family portrait that Cameron did when he was about 5 - has a brown dad, a brown child (with a blue nose and green eyes to boot!) and a casper the friendly ghost whiteer than white mother. It's hysterical!!

Dear Kathryn, How do I love thee? She is one self-aware child...

So, I took an art therapy for my work with trafficked and prostituted children. We learned what to look for as warning signs in self portraits. All the things we look for in serverely abused children are not only lacking in this photo, but the opposite is completely exaggerated. From my 1 class on art therapy I can very suredly say that you are the Mom are doing a WONDERFUL job!

I love that she has so many mouths and rows of teeth and they're all YELLOW. :)

That is adorable and how I envision my future life with three teenage girls. (I hope their teeth come in that straight!)

Even more than the third eye, it's the third row of teeth that scares me. Or is she smiling corn?

Kathryn has earned that extra eye!

From Wikipedia "In Hinduism and Buddhism, the third eye is a symbol of enlightenment. In the Indian tradition, it is referred to as the jjanacaksu, the eye of knowledge, which is the seat of the 'teacher inside' or antar-guru. The third eye is often associated with visions, clairvoyance, precognition, and out-of-body experiences, and people who have allegedly developed the capacity to use their third eyes are sometimes known as seers."

She needs all those extra mouths. She has a lot to talk about! Great picture

Hey, at least she's smiling... smiling, smiling, smiling, smiling, smiling.

I have some questions. Do the mouths talk in unison? Do they echo each other? Or are they each jabbering about a different subject?

Do they communicate with each other or only your ears?

I have one of those, too. I call him The Incessant One.

I'm digging her third eye.

That's funny.

I never post because no one reads my blog.

Hey, just post videos then. You can't avoid us forever, man.

Has she been tanning?


she's a mouthy little thing, isn't she?

Having never met your daughter, I'm going to go ahead and diagnose schizophrenia. That'll be $150, please.

My 2 1/2 year old son said, "Mommy look at that girl, she is a big girl. Big like mommy" Not sure if he meant age or my mouth.

Hey! I think this is how my husband would draw me.

Except he'd make me blind, just to amuse himself.

I LOVE that. It reminds me of my 5 yo daughter, who regularly says, apropos of nothing, "I love talking, talking's my FAVrit!" I think they'd get along well.

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