My sister is throwing my nephews a minion party in April, so she enlisted me to make a “Pin the Eye on the Minion” game.
I purchased two poster boards Friday night and Troy and I got to work Saturday morning. He started working on Bob with his preferred media, pencils. I started on Stuart with paint.
After drawing Bob with pencil, he traced the pencil with black marker. Later, he would color it with colored pencil.
As I finished painting the yellow part of the minion, my phone rang. I answered it and was talking to my sister when I noticed that Troy was leaning over to my poster with his marker uncapped.
“Don’t you dare touch that!” I burst out.
“But, you can’t see the mouth. I’ll just trace it,” my son said.
“Don’t touch my minion! Work on your own!” I demanded.
“What?” my sister asked over the phone.
“Talking to Troy. He is trying to fix my minion.” I told her, giving Troy the stink eye.
Isn’t it supposed to be the parent that takes over the child’s project?