Brayden R U L E S !

My co-workers son Brayden (Bubby) is an almost six-year old. He loves to draw pictures, which includes the little tattoo pictures all over his mothers office desk phone.

His Kindergarten teacher taught Bubby and his classmates all about following rules. They also learned about a sign that has a red circle and diagonal line.

His mom said, "Bubby took this as the perfect opportunity to make rules of his own. He has always been a stickler for following the rules and making good choices."














(Hey Marnie and Melissa -- when I saw this one today I knew you two would be humbled.
And then I thought I would send it to Kelly to consider for her Pass The Torch Tuesday!! Or I could have submitted it to Kailani's Carnival of Family Life. This poster really is the best!)

So from now on, Brayden, I will remember never to choke anybody by the neck - no matter how much I really want to!

Comments

Swampwitch said…
I like his new rule and it's so well illustrated. I give the little artist an A+ !
Karmyn R said…
Did I ever tell you about my dream where I choked a co-worker by the neck until his eyes bulged out - like one of those little squeaky dolls?

The guy was seriously getting on my nerves - and then the next morning when I woke up, he didn't bother me one bit. It was very therapeutic!!! I don't think I had a problem with him after.
Pass the Torch said…
HAHAHAHAHA!

Bright boy. Good rule. I'd rather pass the torch to him, than to someone who didn't have that rule;)
Heather said…
I think you should make that into a fridge magnet, 'cause every mother I know needs one of those on their fridge!
M J said…
Hahahah! Thats fabulous!

I think you just won the Blog War with that.

That's beautiful. I think I might stitch that on a pillow.
Amanda said…
LoL to Karmyn!

That is a great picture!! I would frame it if he were my son!
Robin said…
Bubby is beautiful.

Reminded me of the "rules" I had to lay down for my daughter when she was a feisty preschooler: "No pinching, no pushing, no biting, be nice, behave". We'd recite it everyday on our way to class, 'cause evidently she was guilty of all of them at some point. Which is simply LAUGHABLE now, b/c she's the most amazing 14-year-old kid I know!

Can you imagine that poster? I think it woulda gotten a little cluttered :).
Jeanette said…
Really Gorgious top of the class for that effort and illustration .
Igot a painting from my 7 year old
grandson in the mail and Addressed to NAn ...... i might blog that 1 day soon.
Love, love, love that! Bubby rocks!!!
Julie said…
That is great! I shouldn't been told about this rule earlier in life. Oh, I'm just kidding.

Great little artist there! Keep it up Bubby!
Susan in va said…
LOL!!! This kid is a RIOT!! I love it.
lrlwreath said…
I love it. This is totally cool.
Melissa said…
I have to start following this rule now that it's on a sign? Oh man. This is going to change everything...
kailani said…
LOL! Words to live by!
Tiggerlane said…
I LOVE this!! And the look on the face of the choke-ee....priceless!

I wonder if this means it's still okay to choke people with, let's say, foreign objects???
Pamela said…
Bubby's mom says she knows a lady that transfers this kind of stuff on to T-shirts.

I think she should sell them!
Bonnie B said…
Adorable and funny! I want one. I'll post it by my kid's household rules
C said…
Can we choke them by any other means ?? there are always loopholes.
Nan said…
I. LOVE. THAT!

It is now my desktop background. I think I'll get my kids to maybe make their own signs like this with their own rules and see what we come up with!

**sigh** Laughing still.
:^D
Nan
SongBird said…
I need three of these posters, please. One for each of my classrooms.
Sunrunner said…
I'd buy one of those tshirts! We could use a copy of that picture at work!!!

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