Our six-year-old daughter gave her teacher a drawing that she had made. My wife and I cooperated with her teacher’s request to enter the classroom for an impromptu discussion, and she asked us to do so. When we asked our child if she knew why, she replied, “She didn’t like a drawing I did.”

We reported for duty the next morning and talked to the teacher.

Her teacher handed her the painting and explained that she had asked her to draw her family and that she wanted to know what did she draw. “Would you kindly provide me with more details about that?”

Although it can look bad when you first see it, the daughter tried to draw her family when they went snorkeling in the Bahamas.