My 5yo daughter made an effort....

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My 5yo daughter made an effort....

Post by shiretiger » Thu 02 Aug, 2012 2:54 pm

I couldn't attend Sunday's debacle as our car had died on the F3 freeway on the way to visiting my sister on Saturday night. I was stuck at her place, waiting for it to get fixed on Monday.

My wife and two young daughters had hitched a lift home with my mother.

Anyways, when my eldest daughter arrived home on Sunday afternoon, according to my wife,she drew 5 tigers to help the boys out. Sight unseen.

They turned the TV on and changed the channel to the footy to see the score at 0-8. My daughter said to her mother "oh Daddy will be sad. I need to draw 20 tigers then" and got to work.

At this stage the channel was changed to something more child or Gummie wife friendly. A shortwhile later they changed the channel back and saw the score was now 0-20. My daughter screamed! and then said to her mother "I had better hurry and draw more quickly".

This is her final result. I am framing it.

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Notice that the Tigers are all smiling?


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Post by underdog » Thu 02 Aug, 2012 3:05 pm

If that is not your desktop background on your computer RIGHT NOW then YOU HAVE NO SOUL. :mrgreen:

what great spirit, and as the father of a five year old boy, that is some mighty fine drawing skills for a 5yr old.

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Post by shiretiger » Thu 02 Aug, 2012 3:16 pm

She is actually 6 next Sunday, and yes, it is my desktop and Facebook profile :P

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Post by Cultured Bogan » Thu 02 Aug, 2012 3:49 pm

Such is the innocence of a child. At least that would have given you something to smile about ST.

A crafty little artist too I might add, my art portfolio at age 5 consisted of poorly drawn stick figures!
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Post by Swordy » Thu 02 Aug, 2012 4:31 pm

Fantastic Post. Awesome Artwork.

Out of the mess comes some goodness that far outweighs anything on the field in my book. Each time we get done in the years ahead, look at your drawing and remember the important stuff in life.

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Post by Mrs T » Thu 02 Aug, 2012 4:51 pm

That is just too cute! Thanks for making us smile, shiretiger! :D

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Post by kh_canada » Thu 02 Aug, 2012 5:00 pm

Hopefully she will be drawing the same picture this Monday but the other way round!
C'mon boys!


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Post by happy tiger » Thu 02 Aug, 2012 5:05 pm

My 5 year old daughter won't watch until her Sauce is back

Hopefully she'll be sitting with Dad on Monday at 7.00 with the young fella

C'mon Tigers win it for our kids they need a big smile on their beautiful dials again

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Post by shiretiger » Thu 02 Aug, 2012 9:39 pm

Cultured Bogan wrote:Such is the innocence of a child. At least that would have given you something to smile about ST.
Actually teared up..... :oops:

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