"Mommy, there is a big contest at school for the Year of Faith, and the winner gets to have lunch with the bishop!"
"Well that sounds very exciting. What do you have to do?"
"Make a poster showing how a priest or nun helps everybody with their faith."
Uh oh. Art work is not our strong suit. Hank has inherited my utter lack of any artistic talent whatsoever. There are unspeakable past art projects to which I still repress the memories.
"Ok, Honey. What is your idea for your poster?"
"A priest baptizing somebody."
"Oh. Well, that's actually a really great idea. Let's start a sketch."
"Hum, well Hank I'd make the priest a bit bigger. People don't generally have heads that small."
"But if I erase it'll look bad."
"Let's get a fresh sheet of paper."
*sketching continues with just a hair of whining starting to come into play*
"Well, the people are better, Honey, but the baptismal font is, well, far too large. It's bigger than the priest, he wouldn't even be able to reach the top."
"But I won't be able to make another one that looks this good."
"Well, I think we're going to have to take our chances. And while you're at it, re-draw the baby. Right now it looks like the priest is about to toss him into the font, and we can't have that."
It was a very long evening.