Sunday, May 21, 2006

You Know There Might Be Challenges Ahead...

...when your three-year old tells you her puzzle is too easy, so she's using the pieces to "build a room."
She was working on that project while I was right beside her, busy with this project.

19 comments:

  1. Oh my God! You've produced an artist! Be very afraid...

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  2. Holy schnikies! You're raising a cute evil genius!

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  3. If by "challenge" you mean "gifted and talented program testing," then yes. I do believe it lies ahead.

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  4. Oh, honey -- you are gonna have your hands full! But Yay! What a wonderfully inventive child. But we already knew that, what with her award-winning photography skills and all! Thank you so much for continuing to share Bella with us -- she is a kick in da pants!

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  5. Ooh, a budding architect or engineer. It is absolutely amazing that she has the ability to conceptualize something three dimensional at three years old. Wow!

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  6. Maybe all of the moving has sparked the desire to be an architect. Just make sure she uses her powers for good and not evil.

    PS: Giant Dumpster. Good tip. Whenever we finally move I will put it on the list of things to do.

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  7. oh, what a quick-witted sweety! my daughter of 4 y.o. decided to stick the pieces to the walls, saying that it makes them more cheerful :)

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  8. I'm telling you. The Count and Bella are a match.

    Would you believe me if I told you I found Jackson's fire engine puzzle stacked in the shape of a rocket ship this weekend?

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  9. B, in response to your email/response, brothels would be evil, well maybe not evil, but definitly not good.

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  10. Hehehe. Can you say "gifted". Can you say nothing but trouble in school. Can you tear your hair out by the roots now? You're SOOOOO screwed. But at least you have me to advise you because I've so btdt. Nothing but nothing would surprise me now.

    And how can you send that sweet face all the way to Alaska? Poor thing will get frozen tootsies. Make her buy him boots. Fancy boots with little diamonds on them. And a diamond collar. And a matching coat. Yeah, that's what the little guy needs.

    Did you see the poodle sculptures I'm featuring now on my blog, just for you?

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  11. You are going to have your hands full with her. They always want to make something other than what the item is supposed to be for.

    Ryan is a cutie. I'm sure he will get lots of kisses.

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  12. Every time I visit your blog it seems like she's grown up so much since my last visit. You've got a genius on your hands!

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  13. My kids are like that too. Especially my daughter- she loves to make something from nothing.

    -n

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  14. Oh, pshaw! I can do *that*. But I have to have my Wheaties first, cuz I'm dumber than a box of rox. See? I can't even spell. Tell Bella I'm loving the nail polish. Oh, and I hope you've recovered from working your tail off.

    You, like, TOTALLY made me day about that comment about BlogHer. Seriously. I was just honored to hear you say it. Umm..see you write it. Plus, dear sweet Jesus! Grace Davis commented on my blog! Right above you.

    Pinch me.

    We've got some serious squealing to do. Uh huh. Ser-i-ous.

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  15. Hey, have you seen those 3-D puzzles? There's ones of castles, and Big Ben and stuff.. you should get one for her! They are so cool!

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  16. Way to think outside the box, Bella! Does she have Duplos yet? I can see her making some rooms with those.

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  17. Bella is awesome! I hurt just thinking about all that moving. But soon it will all feel very good! Really.

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  18. I'm convinced my 9.5 year old daughter will be an engineer as she is always doing this sort of thing. She makes contraptions and buildings out of the weirdest things.

    She's the smartest kid I know and I think Bella is one of them too!

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