Conversations with Eli: Abstract Play-Dough Art

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February 4, 2013 by mamacravings

“Mama, Wills you makes a pi-dre out of muh Play Dough?”

“Repeat what I’m making please.”

“A PIIII-DRRREE. You knows. For my camp pidre.”

“A fire?”

“Mhmm.”

“Oh of course. Let me see…I think this will work.”

“Oh no.”

“What’s the matter?”

“‘Dat is NOt a pidre. ‘Dat is a bunny wabbit. Why did you make a bunny wabbit?”

“Well. I intended to make a fire. Perhaps it’s an abstract fire.”

“I don’t thinks so. I thinks ‘dat a bunny wabbit. Pwlease try agains.”

“Okay….Is this more to your liking?”

“No. No thank you, my mama. It was a good try. I just makes a rock.”

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14 thoughts on “Conversations with Eli: Abstract Play-Dough Art

  1. Meghan says:

    oh my gosh – too funny! Love that he just gives up and goes with something much less complicated… a rock of coarse!

  2. Keira Hollis says:

    What does pidre mean? BTW:I am comeing back to class on tuseday!!!!!!! and at two thirty i am going to on wensday i am going to be picked upel early!!!!!!!

  3. hahaha. i love he thanks you and appreciates your effort and then decides to make rocks!! adorable!

  4. My husband had to read this too…..so cute, my husband wants to know if you ever figured out what the Pierre was?

  5. Julie says:

    I always love reading your posts. Eli never disappoints. I either laugh or go “Aw. How sweet!”

  6. sparkmama says:

    Kids are some of the most honest critics, aren’t they? šŸ™‚

  7. lifeofaministermom says:

    Hilarious!! My daughter is going on 11 months and at that stage of mimicking what I say to hear. It’s hard for me to imagine what it will be like when she starts taliking to me, and gently informing me of my lack of skills too! šŸ˜‰ Thanks for bringing a smile to my face this morning!

    God Bless,

    Patricia

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