What it means to be a Crayon Nazi, by Lotus Carroll.
- Crayons are stored in a closeable box, and said box is kept out of child’s reach.
- Child may have crayons and drawing paper if it is requested.
- Child may draw only on paper with crayons.
- Child with crayons must be supervised at all times.
- I repeat: When child has crayons, you must stay in the room and supervise crayon use.
- At no time may child be allowed to wander away from paper while still holding crayon.
- If child has crayon(s) in hand, child must stay in room with you.
- Seriously. CHILD MAY NOT LEAVE ROOM OR YOUR SUPERVISION WHEN IN POSSESSION OF CRAYON(S).
- When child becomes bored with drawing, crayons are placed in box, box is closed and placed out of reach.
What it means to have a Daddy who doesn’t understand
what it means to be a Crayon Nazi, by Braden Carroll:
Yup. John let Braden wander out of supervision with a green crayon.
The only thing John had going for him was that this happened when he left the room to do laundry.
For future reference – You can do almost no wrong if you are doing laundry for me.
Besides, I should really be touched that, of all the things he could have drawn on the kitchen wall, Braden chose to do a rendering of me and my glorious rack. Look at the photo of his scribbles again and see if you can isolate the stick figure with the nice bust. He’s talented.
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