The fruit doesn't fall far from the tree

A friend once told me that a very creatively, talented and very tasteful friend of hers said "There are no degrees of taste. You either have it or you don't."  


I often wonder if my children will have taste.  I try to show P as much art, in its various forms, as I can.  My husband and I also have many books ranging in topics like photography, graphic design, interior design, architecture, etc.  P seems to be interested in all of them, in particular this pop-up architecture book. So far so good....right?

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kriselkeeper: The fruit doesn't fall far from the tree

Monday, February 15, 2010

The fruit doesn't fall far from the tree

A friend once told me that a very creatively, talented and very tasteful friend of hers said "There are no degrees of taste. You either have it or you don't."  


I often wonder if my children will have taste.  I try to show P as much art, in its various forms, as I can.  My husband and I also have many books ranging in topics like photography, graphic design, interior design, architecture, etc.  P seems to be interested in all of them, in particular this pop-up architecture book. So far so good....right?

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Blogger Mirmaduke said...

oh good lord there is no way this kid cannot have taste. that would be a serious anomoly!

this is why i cringe knowing that lily loves skechers twinkle toe shoes. lmao. freaking like ed hardy tacky tatoo art shoes with sparkles. where did i go wrong!?!

February 20, 2010 at 12:11 AM

 
Blogger krisel keeper said...

D and I always joke that P could end up liking Victorian or some frilly crap and he and I will hold each other back from comments and really, really try to let her be her. Mirm, remind me I said this ok!

February 20, 2010 at 11:59 AM

 

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