Since this week our kids have taken over Sketch Support as mini-guest designers, I thought I would let Drew take over my blog for a day. One thing I love about having a blog is that I have so many stories documented in one place for me and my family to enjoy. The boys love it when I read them stories from here and I thought it was the perfect opportunity for Drew to share a story of his own. We sat down and he told me exactly what to type. So, without further ado, I introduce you to the uncensored blog post by my five-year-old, Drew.
I am Drew and I am five. My room is cool. My baby brother is moving in. He's sometimes mean but that's okay. You get used to it.
I'm going to show you the scrapbook page I made about my dog Abbey.
I have a question for you. Who knows who the two dogs I left out on my scrapbook page? It's Chewy and Oscar! Chewy is kind of a stinker and Oscar, if you corner him tries to bite but daddy is the problem solver and tells Oscar, "bad dog!" I don't play with Oscar.
You know that I made a scrapbook page. Well, here's the deal on what I made. Pictures of Abbey and me. One picture is of me putting a flower on Abbey's nose to make her sniff it. But, guess what else? I put doggie stickers on my page. One's a fire hydrant, one small doggie bone, a dog bowl and a dog house with a ball next to it. You might know that Abbey is a sweet heart.
Thank you for looking at my scrapbook page!