A happy Saturday to all from Sequoia National Forest!
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! 🙂
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 🙂
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…
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!! 🙂
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 🙂
Hilarious! Love it!
My daughter went at the walls with a permanent marker before, but kept it off her face! 🙂
Adorable! And, thanks for making me giggle with the potential permanent marker problem!
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/
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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