Masterpiece, isn't it? I have this vision of someday getting frames for my kids' artwork, and having a place on the wall to show it all off, along with a small card to the right of each piece:
orange crayon and scratch paper
(This may actually be an indication that I need to find a paying job back in the arts world and let my kids be kids.)
It is a pumpkin, apparently. Sarah showed me the picture and I said, "That's beautiful, Sarah! So much orange! Is it a pumpkin?"
"Or maybe spaghetti. Is it spaghetti?"
"No no no."
A few minutes later she was in the playroom, working hard at something important in the play kitchen, and she showed me the dishes she had put in the oven.
"Is that dinner? What are you making me, Sarah?"
In answer, she pointed out of the room, then led me back to the dining room where her drawing was still out on her little table. She put her finger down on the paper.
"Pumpkin? Are you making me pumpkin?"