Should I be Concerned?

So, I bought a huge box of chalk and let the kids loose on the concrete.

She created hopscotch and flowers.

Here’s his enchanting contribution to our parking area:

Photo by Hubby Alexander

I noticed an arrow which led to his masterpiece. I followed it around the nose of my vehicle to the passenger side. There I found a note in chalk.

“This is what your boy does when no one is watching.”

#kidsarecreepy #slightlyconcerned

He probably just meant, “I draw pictures,” but paired with the thing under my tire…we might hold out on that driver’s license….

Tell us your creepy kid story!



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Posted on September 26, 2016, in Adoption and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.

  1. Lol! He sounds like a very creative boy 😂

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  2. Hahahaha… oh, I shouldn’t laugh but I think it’s actually really creative…

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  3. Ouch!
    It is very clever, though!
    If he lived here I would respond by drawing a picture of a raptor, like a Yellow-Billed Kite.
    Birds of prey LOVE road kill.

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  4. What an interesting drawing 🙂 You have a great blog as well, so I’ve chosen you for the Versatile Blogger Award 🙂 Click link for details..

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    • Thank you SO much! It’s truly an honor, and I mean that from the bottom of my heart, but I decided not to participate and blogger award posts about a year ago.

      Please DO drop your link and participate in the recent Meet & Greet I posted (if you already did, sorry; I just started a new job so will be reading blogs once I get acclimated tothe new schedule) and please reblog the post directing comments to the original (it’s also a fundraiser for Compassion International, an organization I love for their commitment to children).

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  5. I see a turtle from a side view. Nothing creepy about it. 😉

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  6. Well, that’s using his imagination! He’s using the tyre as a staring point, which is pretty clever when you think about it.
    My son once (when he was about three) was chatting away to the air by our back door. It was autumn, night had drawn, a draught was blowing under the door. When I said, ‘Who are you talking to, love?’ he replied, ‘I’m talking to the lady.’ He was perfectly happy, but I was utterly freaked out! Fortunately, he never did it again.

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