We got invited to a wedding.
At the restaurant, after just half an hour, all kids already get up from the tables and started playing around in the middle of the big room in a huge empty space.
They were all running, shouting and laughing.
Loïs who was few month before turning three, was around all those crazy exited kids. She tried to interact with few of them but she was, in the same time, clearly overwhelmed by the speed and the powerful energy of the other more grown up kids.
I took my smartphone and I sketched the situation how I saw it.
Loïs like every child can have his moments:
Getting excited, being happy, crying, being grumpy, singing, playing,…
But when come the moment to go to bed, the sleeping attitude becomes universal.
We don’t have a TV so we carefully choose on youtube, the most appropriate shows for Loïs to watch. And they grab her attention for sure.
When I have the opportunities I go to Rome downtown and if the weather is nice, which it’s often the case in Rome, I go in a quiet place and grab my sketchbook for sketching what is around me. In big and crazy cities, quiet places = parks.
So I went to Villa Borghese, a truly enchanting place for breathing a less polluted air. I didn’t had my sketchbook that day, (shame on me), so I took my smartphone and did a quick this digital sketch.