Lately Z has been obsessed with tangerines. She’ll demand that she wants one, and when I open it a little, and let her do the rest, she’ll happily commence peeling, and then when done, run off to play, and leave the poor tangerine to dry out.
Needless to say, we’ve been eating a lot of tangerines lately so that they don’t go to waste.
I liked the detail on the tangerine, the chipped purple nail polish on Z’s fingers, and the focused expression of her mouth.
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I used to teach second grade. Now, I am a Stay-At-Home-Mother to three girls, a seasonal family photographer, and an around-the-clock-children's book author who gets distracted by my camera and buttery sunlight. Thank you for stopping by!
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My middle child does the same thing. He wraps the tangerine up in a paper towel, leaves it on the counter and says he will be back to eat it soon. It still dries out. I throw it away and then he cries. !
Children are funny!:) how old is your middle one?
Cute. I wish I could occupy myself with tasks like that sometimes. I’m too hard to entertain!
I know what you mean:) I enjoy your blog!
love to watch kids learning!
Thanks ! Me too:)