These poor kids are so innocent it hurts.

1/30. Little Girl Drew A Picture Of Her Mom At Work. The Mother Is Actually Selling A Snow Shovel At Home Depot


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2/30. My Friend's 8 Year Old Cousin Made This Self Portrait In Art Class. He Was Wearing A Minions Shirt. Needless To Say His Family Was Confused At First


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3/30. My Daughter Drew Me A Giraffe


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4/30. My Daughter's Dolphinarium


Chiko Moto

5/30. My 2nd Grade Teacher Friend Had A Class Assignment To Draw The Best Way To Prevent Germs. This Kid Did Not Fail To Disappoint


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6/30. I Think The Kid Meant "Cook"


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7/30. Made A Book For My Dad For Father's Day. My 13 Year Old Sister Could Use Practice Drawing Whistles


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8/30. It Is My Cat, Cosmo


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9/30. Kids Drawing Of A Volcano


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10/30. I Worked A Kindergarten Graduation Service A Couple Of Years Ago Where The Kids Drew Their Own Programs. I Had To Save This One, Obviously, It's A Lighthouse.


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11/30. My Uncle's A Firefighter. One Of The Kids They Rescued Drew Up A "Thank You" Note


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12/30. Well, what a lovely drawing.


Giant_Mets

13/30. And One Night While We Were Listening To Old School Rap He Drew Two Turn Tables. I Was Just Glad He Didn't Draw A Microphone Too


Amy Aucoin

14/30. Mum


Sarah Stewart

15/30. Happy Horse Family!

16/30. This Is My Daughter Billie's Drawing Of A Fox Running Away From An Alien


Gemma Glover


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17/30. My 5-Year-Old Did This For Preschool. Mummy And Daddy On Their Wedding Day


Nicole Loria

18/30. My Kid's Drawing About Her First Day Of Kindergarten: Her Teacher. It's Pretty Accurate


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19/30. My Kid's Drew This Mother's Day Card For Me. It's Supposed To Be A Rocketship, I Think


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20/30. My 5-Year-Old Daughter Drew A Picture Of Her At The Farm, Holding A Shovel


Sarah Armstrong

21/30. At What Point Should You Tell Someone That Their Kid Is Drawing Questionable Art?


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22/30. Friend Of Mine's Kid Drew This. He Said It Was "Daddy Shaking Hands With Santa Claus"


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23/30. Mushrooms?

24/30. Here Is A Father's Day Card From A Friend's Student
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25/30. I Teach English. One Of My Student's Drawing Looks Horribly Wrong


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26/30. Yep - Its A Duck


Thomas Larsen


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27/30. My Son Was Studying Famine And This Was His Poster To Raise Awareness And Money.


Melissa Martin

28/30. My Friend's Son Drew A Picture Of Mommy Mowing The Lawn


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29/30. My 4-Year-Old Son's Drawing Of Santa. Yep, That's His Hat. It Was On The Wall At Preschool


Amy Perry

30/30. My 3-year-old's portrait of daddy.

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