I love the notes my children leave for me. Chloe has recently learned to ride her bike and left the above missive all across the driveway for me when it took me longer to drive home that it took her to ride (I was talking to my friend. I don't actually drive that slowly.) I know it's hard to read, but it said something to the tune of, "I am the best bike rider ever! I can ride faster than a car! I beat you home!"
Addie has been writing those magical notes only a new reader/write can compose. I found the one above on my door after a recent nap. So very thoughtful! The note below has been floating around the house for a few weeks. I'm not sure what interaction with dad inspired it, but it's hilarious.
It's better to be with mom. Love Addie
And then there are more fantastic captions coming home on Maggie's artwork. She is learning to write, though, and currently likes to write lengthy compositions, full of all the letters she knows, and then asks me to read them back to her so she knows what she wrote.
I think the lead in question on this particular piece was, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" Maggie wants to just be herself. And to do that she needs to be nude.