ARg. Take some toothpaste to it and scrub. You'd be surprised how well that can work (if it can work with black sharpie, it can work with highlighter). Probably won't work on sheets, however.
Ouch. This sounds like one of those days where you think to yourself, "If we didn't love 'em so much, they would be SO DEAD."Good luck getting it off! I'll keep the toothpaste idea in mind when Carmen does the same thing in the future.
Hah Hah Hah! This is so funny. It took us about a week in this apartment before we had pen marks on a lot of our walls. What is it with kids and drawing on the house? Paper just isn't as exciting, I guess.Katrina will get such a kick out of this story when she is older. I love the last picture of her contentedly reading on her special chair, like the little angel that must be buried in there somewhere. . .
My favorite is how she brought you the marker like there was no problem at all. What crazy things little kids do! Good luck getting it out.
I've had good luck with magic erasers on my walls, but that's mostly been to get crayon off. But if nothing is working, go for it. Those things are amazing.Ah, aren't 2 year olds fun?
It looks like she decided to christen her room with highlighter. What was your reaction?
God doesn't give us more patience, He gives us more opportunities to display patience! At least that's what I say to myself on a daily basis. =)
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