This morning, however, I came into my office and noticed that three post-it notes were stuck to the table on my desk. Apparently the video didn't keep their attention and they wanted to draw. Hence (click to enlarge):
The two seemingly handlebar mustachioed creatures on the left are new to me. I've never seen either of my kids draw them before, so I'm not sure what they are, or who it was that drew them. But they don't look very happy.
The center drawing is Jamie's signature: a penguin (yes, that's a penguin). Apparently the penguin lives on a hill under a tree, and it's a bright sunny day.
The third picture is Hannah's signature: a cheetah (yes, that's a cheetah). The text seems to read "HANNAHSBut." Here's what I think happened: Hannah drew the cheetah and wrote her name above it, hence the "HANNAH." Her big brother came along afterward, and added the "SBut." I assume he meant for it to say "HANNAH'S (a) But(t)" but due to his limited spelling and grammar capabilities, was only able to get out "HANNAHSBut."
Aside from one of my children calling the other a butt, it was an amusing start to the day.
UPDATE: This morning The Mrs. asked Hannah about the cheetah picture with the text on it. Hannah said that the text says, "Hannah and Spot" (the name of the cheetah) although all she got out wast "HANNAHSBut." I guess in her mind, "Spot" is spelled "sbut." I guess I'll cut her some slack. She's only 4 after all!