Good To Know Posted on September 22, 2008 by Aimee 18shares Facebook Threads Pinterest Email 0share Facebook Threads Pinterest Email You May Also Like Uncategorized So proud of us. September 5, 2006 Family One plan that didn’t go awry… January 6, 2007 Uncategorized Movie Roundup 2/17/08 February 17, 2008 This article has 18 comments Rebecca F. September 22, 2008 Oh how wonderful. What a great drawing!! Absolutely great. Rebecca F. Anonymous September 22, 2008 that is hilarious! Rhiannon September 22, 2008 I’m pulling this one out at my next dinner party. I’m sure to be a hit 🙂 leaca September 23, 2008 duly noted. =) zipper September 23, 2008 that kid is like an encyclopedia. Hip Mom's Guide September 23, 2008 Fabulous! The future scientists of America are going to start recruiting, I tell you. J at www.jellyjules.com September 23, 2008 Very cool. I learned something today. Thank, D! Richard Shaffer September 23, 2008 This is one of the coolest posts and drawings I have ever seen in my entire life. I’m the father of 3 – and about to be father of a 4th tomorrow! Rock On! Kids get stuff that other people just don’t. They see the world with radical amazement!!! Richard TxGambit September 23, 2008 Awesome! He would have loved the huge grasshopper we had right after the storm. I couldn’t get to my camera at the time but it was huge! L loved it and I am glad he at least got to see it. monstergirlee September 23, 2008 Well you learn something new every day. Thanks Declan! Anonymous September 23, 2008 I love it! Aimee Greeblemonkey September 23, 2008 Guys, I have no idea where he even got that, I just did a google search and couldn’t even find it. I assume it’s in this huge encyclopedia of everything he just got for his bday. I just hope I don’t end up on Snopes. amy September 23, 2008 That grasshopper has amazing knees! What a perfectly great drawing (and I love the explanation, too!). amy turn sharp of doobleh-vay September 22, 2008 so great!!!! Shutter Bitch September 23, 2008 Awesome. I think that spelling of knees should be adopted as normal vernacular. What’s with that silent K? I love it. And hey, I learned something I didn’t already know! Rebecca F. September 23, 2008 Well, grasshoppers actually smell with their antennae but it is still a wonderful drawing!! Very scientific and creative at the same time. Rebecca F. September 23, 2008 Oh, maybe it was a test?? Like a true or false thing?? LOL. Sue at nobaddays September 23, 2008 LOVE. IT. Can’t wait for Tau to start drawing like this. Holiday pix are up, BTW 🙂 Comments are now closed.