Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Clearly the child should have her own blog


When I went on a trip to Urbana illanou. My uncal said my hol famliy cood see a huge mashing called Shop Bot work.
In orter to make it work my ant Amy, hoo is an artist, and I had to cerate a dasine. We drew a bunny for a dasine on her conprter. My ant Amy sent the dasine on her conprter to my uncal. My uncal uploaded the bunny dasine into the Shop Bot. The Shop Bot cut the bunny shap out of a picee of wood.

Then we took it back to my ant and uncal's house. To pant it with my ant. We panted it wite and this weekend we will pant it with pingk spots.

I named it Stefeany.
The end.

By Jo and My Dad

(Editor's note: Opie got a plane, natch.)

14 comments:

Leighann said...

Wow!

Good job, little miss blogger.

And how cool is that plane? He should sell those at the local farmer's market.

A little guy I know is turning 2 in a few weeks...might make a great gift. I'd be first in line to buy one :)

nonlineargirl said...

Cool mashing. Cool ant and uncal

Kimberly said...

I love this! Clearly she takes after her talented mom.
:-)

Melisa with one S said...

What a treasure! I love that kind of stuff!

Heather said...

I love this...all of it. She's a brilliant story teller. And how cool is that shop bot thing?

Lady M said...

Wow, that's a really well composed story. There are many adults I know who could not be so coherent.

Loved the pictures!

Hip Mom's Guide said...

Go Jo, Go!

What a proud mama you must be. And I love the bunny and plane - what a great idea.

Bon said...

she's a natural. and i love Opie's plane.

Patois said...

So very Mayberry like. Beautifully done.

the mama bird diaries said...

Very cute!

Schmutzie said...

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the calm before the stork said...

She's a genius. I love this post.

(Apple, not far from tree, et cetera.)

JGH said...

Jo is going to be so glad you blogged this someday - really it is just so cool! I'd give anything to see some of the stuff I wrote when I was that age.

Kate said...

Ha! That is so funny. Yes, the apple clearly does not fall far from the tree. Let us know when the blog is up and running. :)