Once upon a time there was a water bottle cupboard with regular water bottles inside. Water filled it to the top. Then magic came. The magic touched all the water bottles. And then the water bottles got eyes! Rainbow colored.[bctt tweet=”Then magic came. The magic touched all the water bottles. And then the water bottles got eyes! Rainbow colored.” username=”WriteAwayMommy”] Then they got a nose. And then a mouth. Then arms! Then legs! Then they had a BUTT! And then[Read more]
Once upon a time there was a boy. A sixteen-year-old. He gets ages every Christmas. That’s a long time. But, it was Christmas already. But there were no presents under the tree, because he still didn’t go to bed. It’s still not nighttime. The sky is blue, but it’s white because of the snow clouds. The sky was black. The stars were out. It’s evening Christmas. Then he goed to bed. Santa comed. Then the presents were under the[Read more]
Once upon a time there was a human, and then the human saw a moving table. Then all of the stuff moved! And then he ran away because he was scared. Just like a scaredy-cat. But then he came back and everything was gone. Even his house because it was in a turning storm. He cried. But then everything flied back to him. He was very happy to see the table. Thee end.
Thu was a nice monster and the bravest. He went in a deep dark tunnel. But he had a giant flashlight on his cellphone. Then a rock smashed it! But he had another one. Then a giant boulder squished them into pieces. And then he was flat as pancake! And his cellphone was as flat as a pancake. Then he was back to normal and his cellphone. And then he turned into an octopus because he drinked something bad! Then[Read more]
Once upon a time there was a little kid and a mommy and a daddy. They were playing tag. Then watching TV! And then playing music. Then they were playing electric guitar. Then they turned up the sound all the way to 100! And then plus 8+9. Then they doed jump rope. They were happy. Thee end. Written and illustrated by my four-year-old Ask your kid to tell you a story. You never know what they will come up with![Read more]