Like any young kid Noah loves doodling and coloring. We have boxes of crayons stashed for him and his kuya. We have one box in our room so Noah can just easily ask for it when he’s in the mood to doodle. Sometimes he’d just play with the crayons, by emptying the box and then putting back the crayons one by one.
Noah also has this habit of waking up early on weekends and holidays and sleeping in on weekdays! So one early Saturday morning, our little dude woke up at 6:30, he then tried to wake us all up. It didn’t work, so Dan asked Noah if he wanted his crayons just to buy us a few minutes more of sleep. Dan thought Noah would just play with the crayons and not actually doodle with them because Noah didn’t have paper.
Well… Noah didn’t need paper apparently!
That’s the wall beside his bed. Ganda!
What’s funny is David added this. Artwork daw e haha!
Well as daunting as this looked, cleaning it was easy. All you need is a hair dryer and some elbow grease.
Just point the hairdryer to the graffiti to soften the wax. After just a few seconds, you can wipe off the crayon marks.
No need to stress! You’ll get toned arms pa after! Hehe!