Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Wordless Wednesday - Thank goodness for Magic Erasers...

...and child labor, or else the walls (and floor, and fridge, and dishwasher, and stove, and microwave) would still be purple!!

That's Abbie in the picture (complete with her crazy morning hair), although Isaiah was the one who went haywire with a purple crayon. Actually, it was the first time he's ever done that- Abbie is the usual culprit as my little artist. But they were both more than willing to help clean it up, so it's all good. It was actually quite fun scrubbing the kitchen down together! :)

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9 comments:

Homemom3 said...

eeek, I have a son that does this. The other day I gave him a rag with tiny bit of soap to clean up after. He's not even 2 but hasn't colored again on my wall. Granted didn't make him do it long. Thank goodness for those erasers.

Tricia said...

Got to love magic erasers, we used them alot when our little artist was between the ages of 2 and 4.

East Coast Wahine said...

I've never heard of magic erasers. I have two young artistic grandchildren who love to express themselves on every surface they can, including the poor dog. I'll tell my daughter about this product.

twoluvcats said...

oh they were a godsend when my daughter was little. We also 'gave' her a whole section of wall that she could color on.

see my wordless Wednesday post here: http://twoluvcats.com/blog/

kaye said...

creative children, fantastic artwork.

Sarah said...

Amen to that! My three year old "drew hopscotch" on the floor with Sharpie last week and thanks to the Magic Eraser it's almost gone.

Patty O. said...

Wow, I am impressed at your great attitude!! Way to stay positive, and that's great that the kids helped clean up.

Jenn said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the things...they are great for cleaning kitchen surfaces of that grime that gets in there...especially the refrigerator door and the front door to my house. You know, those little pits in certain surfaces? Only those erasers can clean there...not even bleach worked...and I *HATE* bleach!

Elizabeth Channel said...

I believe the ME is the most fabulous product invented since the "Internet!"

Love the morning hair!