The (Extra)ordinary Sqiggle 

Life is full of ordinary things; stuff we see, feel or do on a daily basis without there being anything special about it.

Then we have kids.

After that, even the most mundane things, like colourful squiggles in a notebook, become special and extraordinary. 

toddler-drawing 

 
In response to the Weekly Photography Challenge. 

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10 thoughts on “The (Extra)ordinary Sqiggle 

  1. I used to do crossword puzzles to fill the time. One day, my three year old (now thirty) got to my book and filled every square of two puzzles with little squiggles. I thought that was the most adorable thing I’d ever seen in my life.

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