Friday, December 12, 2008

IF: Rambunctious


Even the moust Rambunctious kids get tired. However sometimes getting them there takes the whole house being turned upside down.

15 comments:

Cathy said...

He looks serene in the knowledge of a job well done. Is that chest of drawers the only piece of furniture left intact?

mariapacewynters said...

Very sweet.

sophie philo said...

yes, and then they are so lovely, when they sleep...

eyecontact said...

Absolutely love your style. So clear, clean and very adorable.

ValGalArt said...

lovely and loving :)

Juan said...

Beautiful illustration Victoria!

Christina Silverio said...

So sweet! They really are cute when they calm down aren't they...?! ;)

Oh, and check my blog...sorry, m'dear, but I couldn't help nominating you for a few blog awards!

Teri C said...

Very cute.

Danielle Barlow said...

There seems to be a rule that says 'the more boisterous and unruly they are, the deeper they sleep at night'. At least, Thankfully, this seems to be the case with my son! Just when I reach the end of my tether, and consider abandoning him somewhere, he says 'I love you Mummy' and falls asleep at the supper table. My heart melts every time!

Roberta said...

Time for a bath and bed for that boy! Sweet illustration.

Katie said...

So true. Nicely illustrated. A day at the pool or other sport play makes little ones sleepy at night.

Tessa said...

Vita, you capture the moment (and it usually is just a moment!) so perfectly. Absolutely adorable!

INDIGENE said...

That's so true! It's nice when they're quiet, too! Lovely!

Bella Sinclair said...

Oh, so adorable. Did you have your son in mind when you created this? I have to agree -- my favorite moments with my kids are when they first wake up or when they're drowsy in bed. Beautiful!

Natura said...

Like his quite expressión. Lovely and expressive style you have :)

 

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