The toddler is handing me a lump of Play-doh.
“Yes baby?,” I ask.
“Mmmmmmiiii!,” he squeaks. That’s the sound a cat makes according to the boy.
“You want me to make a cat?,” I ask him, just to make sure.
Well, that settles that. What’s more challenging than a big lump of Play-doh, eh?
Head, ears, eyes, body, smile… voila! A cat!
“Mmmmmmiiii!,” the toddler meows as he runs off with his freshly molded orange cat. Guess it passed off as a cat! Even without whiskers.
*Can also pass off as a bear, dog, snowman, maybe even an orc.
Play-doh art: more challenging than writing a business strategy document but 100 times more fulfilling! I could do this all day! That’s what I was thinking until my toddler came running back to me.
“Errrrrrrrr!,” he says, holding another lump of Play-doh in his hand and making the sound of an elephant.
Looks like I’ve got my work cut out for me.