Banana Girl has made that transition from just scribbles to drawing something; namely faces.
In this second, drawing, you may notice something different. Banana Girl has done something that her older sister, with all her art ability, has never done: she is exploring emotions.
This is a family portrait. The big head is Alex ;), to the right is me, and below me are Princess M & Banana Girl, with Little Mouse in orange up in the upper left corner. When we questioned her about it, this is roughly how the conversation went:
Mommy: "This is Daddy? Is Daddy happy?"
Banana Girl: "No. He's sad."
Mommy: "Is Mommy sad too?"
Banana Girl: "No. She's mad."
At this point, I'm trying to suppress a laugh, and Alex took it a step further:
Daddy: "Why is Daddy sad? Did he lose his game?"
Banana Girl: "No. He's ignoring Momma."
Daddy: "Why is Momma sad?"
Banana Girl: "Because Daddy is ignoring her."
Priceless. Should I be concerned? I think I need to watch my temper better. Apparently all the girls are happy though.