Kid Invention:

The Coffee-Teapot!

Kid Invention:

The Coffee-Teapot!

Like any pre-schooler, Sasha brings home mountains and mountains of drawings and doodles every day. Every night I empty her backpack, uncrumple the papers that she has stuffed in there, and sort out the keepers from the, uh, recycling. I can tell I’ve found a *gem* when there’s a picture that obviously has a story behind it. One of my favorite things to do is ask her in the morning what’s happening in those pictures.

Her answer to this one? A pot that has one spout for coffee and one for tea, so you and daddy can make your drinks at the same time. Genius! (Little does she know, I like coffee, too.)

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What treasure have you unburied in YOUR kids’ backpacks?
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One thought on “Kid Invention: The Coffee-Teapot!

  1. The most noteworthy one I can think of (from just a few weeks ago): my 6 year old daughter’s friend drew a picture of the two of them playing, I think there were some rainbows and flowers, maybe some animals. Then in the background was a door with a window and written on the window was “The End of the World”. It was hilarious and creepy. My daughter just laughed and said its something they play. Um, what?

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