A few days ago, my wife found a great way to control our
three year-old son Gabriel’s gummy treat habit – without causing a major
meltdown. It had gotten so out of control that he was begging all the
time, like a little puppy dog. He was eating three packages of gummy
treats every day and wanting more!
Here’s what she did. First, she explained to Gabriel
that there is a “Gummy Fairy” in our special kitchen cabinet and he’s not
allowed to know which cabinet the Gummy Fairy lives in. Every time
Mommy gets the gummy treat from the Gummy Fairy, Gabriel has to close his
eyes. And the Gummy Fairy will only give Gabriel 2 gummy treat packages
After hearing all this, Gabriel told my wife, “Ooooookay,
mommy”. So far, so good!
Thank you to my good friend Frank F. who edited today story.
We have been pick up all toys in the living room before we go to somewhere from 15 minutes up to 4 hours max for to void our golden retreivers chew something up and make mess in middle of room.
Yesterday after we get home from my parents for lunch after church, they found my son's 7" tall stuffed Elmo to chews up kids toy and even their chewing bone right in middle of livinng room. They chew Elmo's plastic eyes off Elmo into million small piece middle of room. It was funny that Gabriel shout so loud "What the HECK!?!" soon he walk in living room. Then padding softly on head, "Poor Elmo" he said and we try not laugh so hard. That was cute and sad moment we ever have seen him.
I been reading "Creator-Owned Heroes" comic books. Each issue have two comics, interviews, how to articles and much more. I really likes this comic and you could not find comic like that in price $3.99 I loves it.
Optional assignment from Tom Bancroft - "Pretend I am your client, Mr. Rosenberg. I own a company that makes locks. Strong locks. I want a new character mascot and am hiring you to create him. I also like tabby cat kittens so I want it to be a tabby kitten wearing a shirt with a big lock on it. (Deadbolt style lock). My daughter likes the name Trusty, so that’s his name. He should look strong in his pose. Please give me ONE sketch version of Trusty."
Here is what I come up with and it was fun challenging to draw. I have a lot of practices front of me to be better cartoonist...