Monday, February 4, 2008

Art school in Paris? Mais oui!

I know there was that one post where I asserted my belief that Graham was destined for Harvard Medical School.

And then, a few weeks later, I presented clear evidence that a full scholarship to MIT engineering was pretty much a given.

But earlier tonight, I realized that perhaps the world shouldn't be deprived of his obvious gift for the arts.


Does anyone have any idea what tuition at the Sorbonne would run me?

I mean, just in case he only gets a partial scholarship...

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28 comments:

Wendy said...

Kelly - he's beautiful! Hope he gets that scholarship ~ and don't you LOVE those colour wonder markers/papers? We use them all the time for colouring on road trips! Brilliant idea!

InTheFastLane said...

He's obviously very talented :)

Mighty Morphin' Mama said...

What a sweetie! You make me smile, DMD.

Abbie said...

I was pretty sure that someone would be knocking on my door with a huge check in hand the second I saw my daughter actually put eyeballs on her stick people for the first time. *sigh* such unbelievably gifted children we have...

krissy said...

I'm thinking it would be pretty expensive but I bet he gets more then a partial scholarship! His artistic abilities are a shoe in for a full ride!!!!

LOL!

Leanne said...

Lol. I think OCAD would be much cheaper, but the wine there isn't as good.

I'm voting for France.

Amy said...

I love that easel.
So your saving his work for his portfolio, right? He's got to have a portfolio to get into the Sorbonne.

Holly said...

Pretty expensive. Time to get a second, and maybe a third job?!? Fun picture.

Laura said...

What a cutie!!!

Melissa said...

Ah, you have a little genius, huh? Go Graham!!

OHmommy said...

Awwww.... what talent!

If he marries my Lola, he will get EU prices for the Sorbonne. We have dual citizenship. :)

Teachin' this mommy new tricks! said...

Ha ha ha! So you have a baby Einstine! Good for you! He is the next Picasso!

Dawn said...

He's a little darling. You have every right to be very proud!

Queen of My Domain said...

He looks like quite the Picasso there. I'm convinced that my son will be a professional baseball player he's that good. :)

It's our right as a mother to feel that way about our children.

LoriD said...

Oh, how I love a proud mama!

Kayris said...

How cute. You crack me up, DMD!

Kayris said...

BTW, your comment page won't let me sign in! So that's why I'm listed under my name and not as MommyK.

caramama said...

Oh, I'm sure he'll get a full scholarship! The tough part of all this will be his deciding where to go between Harvard, MIT and Sorbonne, not getting the scholarships!

And I love that easel!

karenmeg1 said...

How sweet Graham is... an multi-talented a heartbreaker too.
Those colorwonders rock, don't they?
Funny, I was just talking about the Sorbonne to someone today. If Graham gets in, you must visit him... LOTS!!!

shay said...

ha ha! totally cute!

Mommy Cracked said...

Are you kidding me? He'll have his pick of schools with a full scholarship!!

Jennifer said...

With talent like that, a scholarship is in the bag! ;)

Kellan said...

How cute is he?!! He might just get a scholarship in various areas - that smart kid of yours!! TAke care - Kellan

tommie said...

He is so cute! It really is amazing to see those tiny little bodies doing stuff.

Jer said...

When i talk about my very bright and talented daughter i sometimes wonder if people will think that i am bragging (which is not in me at all). Your post makes me realize that it is cool and okay to talk about my gifted child.

Of course, he'll get the scholarship!

Yay, Graham!

MamaGeek said...

He is so SAWEEEEEET! So talented, so young. I know what you mean, I'm already buying MIT onesies. I know. I'm dumb like that. :)

Family Adventure said...

With a mother like you, how could he NOT be gifted and talented?

Heidi :)

Tootsie Farklepants said...

Start saving now!