Let me break it down for you:
And this one is "Daddy." Interesting that it's slightly shorter than the "Bella" sculpture, and not quite as straight, and has that one weird little square in there throwing off what would otherwise be a perfect pattern of two short rectangles bookended by two long rectangles. But still, you can see the family resemblance, right? And now, I give you...
I'm carefully considering what this could mean. Why am I so different sculpturally from the others? It may simply be that after she did this one, she was bored or in a hurry to do the others. But still, I can't help being kind of impressed by her creations. She's really getting into her blocks, which were a gift from Grandmom & Granddad year before last.
The blocks are part of this wonderful setup, which I can't reccommend strongly enough. The workmanship is amazing, and I swear Isabella walked sooner than she would have otherwise, by using the wagon. The artist's name is John Michael Linck, and he is amazing. He also makes lots of other cool wooden toys.