Inside the Three-Year-Old Mind

I often wonder what goes on in Harper’s interesting little head. Then I happened to look at the photos on our iPad. Behold, a treasure trove of moments from her various gamies, saved at the most perfect of times! I feel that somehow these images explain everything.

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5 responses to “Inside the Three-Year-Old Mind

  1. How wonderful is this!! Like peeking into a dream world. Or happening upon inspiration for paintings. Hm….

  2. Wow– lots of bold color choices with the red, rich blues, and black. Also lots of arrays and patterns.

    I too love looking at Sabine’s artwork– she definitely has color preferences and there are patterns to her work– so much so that when a painting is hanging on a drying line in her school, I can pick out which is/are hers. Signature style at 3– I never would have guessed!
    Love H’s work…

  3. I want to see Sabine’s artwork! We owe her a letter bigtime…

  4. You’ve got an iPad. That’s the one tool I haven’t got yet, I think it could be more handy than t.v and wine.

    • Yes, Leigh, it is the best. We got ours accidentally, when my husband won it in an eating contest at a work party. Seriously. But it’s great. Except that it doesn’t turn itself off like a DVRed show does… I’m sure there’s an app that would do that though!

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