Captain: “Mom, take my picture! I just drew on my face with markers and became a lion!” Me: You look great, but did you use permanent markers?” Captain: “I don’t know. Let’s find out!”

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A happy Saturday to all from Sequoia National Forest!

Karen

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14 thoughts on “Captain: “Mom, take my picture! I just drew on my face with markers and became a lion!” Me: You look great, but did you use permanent markers?” Captain: “I don’t know. Let’s find out!”

  1. Too cute! I have found even Crayola isn’t really “washable’ unless they mean five baths later.

    • You’re right, sometimes ink, no matter what kind it is, just doesn’t want to come off of that sweet, precious skin! 🙂

  2. A very cute lion. I could live with it for a few days 🙂

    • Thanks Judy! She’s still a little colored, but seeing her with a rope around her waist so that she had a tail and her little face was fun. She stalked pine cone “wildebeests” today 🙂

  3. I think she looks more like a tiger! Hope it washes off, before she eats a family pet! LOL

    • She actually does look more like a tiger 🙂 She was getting a little too excited with the stalking of her little dog, Della though…

  4. Lovely little face! I can imagine the intake of breath when you realized that she could have used permanent marker though. I remember drawing a face in ink on my stomach after a bath when I was a child – great memories!

    • Drawing on the stomach is not a bad idea at all! I remember one of my sisters and I chasing our other sister around with a black marker… yikes.. at least she got away!! 🙂

  5. countryeden

    Thats pretty funny, That same thing has happened to me, I found out that it was in deed permanent marker, but before I started using the chemicals I tried an oil that I use everyday, Its called Bio Oil. But I guess you can use any baby oil, Super funny though 🙂

  6. kdwright416

    Hilarious! Love it!

  7. Anonymous

    My daughter went at the walls with a permanent marker before, but kept it off her face! 🙂

  8. Adorable! And, thanks for making me giggle with the potential permanent marker problem!

  9. You have got to be kidding me! I just wrote a post the other day on my daughter doing the exact same thing! Kids must love to draw on themselves… very similar pictures! http://katesurfs.wordpress.com/2013/04/10/ego-and-self-awareness-of-a-three-year-old-emerges/

  10. Kate, It seemed familiar to me and now I know why! I’m going to take a second look right now!

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