Being a parent to a young child, or to young children, you probably hear them say some of the most craziest things you’ve ever heard. You probably also find yourself saying things you never imagined yourself saying. This is also the case for a man named Martin Bruckner who finds inspiration for his art in the things he hears from his young daughter and the things he and his wife say to her. You need to check out these pictures that Martin has posted on his Tumblr, Spaghetti Toes, which he dedicated to posting these hilariously cute pictures, like the ones below.
This picture just further proves my point that moms have accessories for literally every occasion. Including emotion.
I can only imagine the events leading up to Bruckner having to say this to his daughter. Some might ask why cake was put in the toilet. Others might ask what kind of cake it was. These, my friends, are some deep questions that may go unanswered.
If you ask me, cheese balls make my tummy feel worse. Things must be a lot simpler for a 2 year old.
And to think I thought I was the only one. This is definitely one epic battle that I would pay good money to see. I just don’t understand how a little girl with such an imagination could be afraid of “make believe”.
Did I miss this part of the movie? And why would she charge so much? Martin mentions on his blog that his daughter went through a phase where everything cost $60 dollars, so the price may be fairly consistent.
This is another one that holds unanswered questions. Does she like them both together, or was she just listing all of her likes in no particular order?
I just absolutely love this picture. I sure hope this little girl keeps the same attitude for when she is growing up. I hope my kids have the same attitude as well.
Uh oh. She finally found out what makes moms superhuman. I’m sure Martin may be feeling a little uneasy, as I would be.
Unfortunately all of the creative things a toddler might say aren’t always so lighthearted. This is a very good representation for how a young kid expresses sadness.
But then you hear something that is so heartwarming, and puzzling all in the same sentence. This must have been inspired after an afternoon of playing dress up, or maybe Martin just has princess-like qualities. Either way you can’t help but to adore this picture.
The diagram really helped me understand how one’s elbow might have a sprained ankle. I think…
I don’t know if I am more scared for: Bruckner and his wife, or for the apple juice. I can imagine the look in his daughter’s eyes as these words came out of her mouth.
If she doesn’t end up being somebody one day like she said before, she at least has a back up plan.
How could you say no to her after that? She even said “Please”! This certainly goes to show that little girls know exactly what to say to get their dads to do whatever they want.
I’m sure there was a very good reason for the hot dogs to be yelled at. There are always two sides to every story, after all.
Martin Bruckner has many more pictures like these ones on his blog. He shows us just how much more fun the world can be through a toddler’s eyes. If you want to see more of Martin’s work, follow Spaghetti Toes on Tumblr.
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