“Half Circle, Half Circle”

Scott does this thing with Kendall a few nights out of the week where they sit down and they practice writing letters and numbers.

Tonight was the number 3.

“Half circle, half circle,” they repeated together until Kendall got the hang of it.

Shot on my Canon T2i with my Sigma 30 1.4 lens.
SS 1/125, f/2.8, ISO 1600

processed with Clickin Moms Film Art Platinum preset for Lightroom, brightness added to someĀ 

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  1. Jeez. why didn’t I think of making my husband do this? I’ve tried everything to get my kid to write, she doesn’t want to. She can read. Like 2nd grade level books. But refuses to write. Damn. You are so smart.

    I even, you know, gave her markers and a board with the dotted lines, and someone gave us the dotted line paper stuff, and I did the whole ‘shaving cream’ thing… she drew roads… ROADS. Argh. I have even bribed the kid with candy, and it’s a no go.

    I guess that’s daddy’s next project. With a giant bag of candy.

    • Well, I can’t take credit. Scott’s the one who’s been adamant about it for the last 6 months or so. If I try to teach him to write, we wind up screaming at each other. Give it time. I think it’s one of those things you don’t want to force. If she can read, I’m sure she’ll pick up writing really quickly.

  2. My almost six year old daughter got it right from the get-go, at about the age of three. But my 4 year old son could care less about letters, numbers or anything but outside and dirt!

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