By Girl to Mom on April 12, 2014
Bex’s elementary school had its annual art show, where each class does a project that’s displayed at an open house where the parents come and ooh and ahh at our little Picassos. I’m sort of unofficially a class Art Mom, because I volunteer to assist the art teacher, which is a Vanna White unpaid job for an audience of six year olds. I basically pass out materials and tell the kids who say they hate their project that it’s magic, art is subjective and of course a penguin can have eight octopus tails, as their little lips quiver and they threaten to go into full meltdown mode. . . .
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