“These pictures are of my daughter playing at getting dressed, when she was about 18 months old. She saw that her two big brothers could dress themselves, and she wanted to emulate them. She would grab their clothes from low shelves in their closet, and put them on, layer after layer, but she would get a lot of arm holes and head holes mixed up. I stood around taking pictures- but did, eventually, help her.”
“This was taken during “Fasching,” aka carnival season in Germany when everyone dresses up. The daughters played Indians while Dad was a cowboy…though usually cowboys have shirts.”
(submitted by Ann)
What would a child’s drawings look like in real life? An Instagram account called “Things I Have Drawn” shows us. It starts with six-year-old Dom, who draws a picture, usually of an animal. His father then reproduces the drawing using real photographs, for a funny, surreal, and definitely unique look.
“Typical gifts from an out-of-touch dad. And yes, the pot leaf poster was a gift to my 5 year old brother. I got the ‘Hang in there!’ kitty.”
(submitted by Gretchen)