"Oooo rose bushes. Those green things are leaves. They are little rose bushes and they are so pretty and they are so pink and so cute and they are so gorgeous and they are so lovely. They are really really gorgeous. They are really gorgeous. Really really gorgeous."
"Its a turtle with purple legs, its so hard. And a boat. Its like a pillow. The boat is really pillowy. "
"That's a flower in the sky. It has some water inside of it. "
"It's a house with little rainbow bits and its so nice and rainbowy."
"Maze! It's a maze and it's so greeny. It's so tricky to get out. You don't need a map in it you don't need a trail, you don't need a path. You just need grass to help you find your way and there is even arrows on the floor. "
"That's a flower in the ocean and it's so gorgeous. It's so pretty in the ocean."
"It's a map. A pirate map for finding treasure. All those writing bits are the treasure. Every part of the world is on the map. Lots of treasure."
"That's a turtle and a boat. The boat is landing down on the turtle"
I just love asking Elle about her drawings. These are all her most recent art works and i am so impressed with how well she is coming along. She did the rose bush one today. She sat in the garden in front of the roses and drew them and ran in squealing with excitement because she was so proud of herself!
I told her, this evening, that i will take a photograph of all of her artwork and put them on here so we can look back at them and see how she progresses. She loves the idea and just hugged me. I love capturing asking her what each picture is because there is always a story. I am excited to share more work of hers next month. I will also start featuring Mia's. She loves sitting at the table with her sister and always asks for paper and a "pink cayon".