A Precocious Pink Pig

Precious Pink Pig Watercolor 8x10 140lb Saunders Cold Press

Precious Pink Pig Watercolor 8×10 140lb Saunders Cold Press

A precocious pink pig
with the name of Mig
was happily dancing a jig.

She took a zag and then a zig,
and all at once bumped into a twig.
To her sweet surprise, it was bearing a fig!

She had never seen such a thingamajig,
but it sure smelled good, and it was big,
So she voraciously gulped it down with vig!

YUM YUM – to be a Pig!

Cheers & Hugs,
Jodi

This is one of a series of fun animal watercolor paintings and rhymes I am pursuing.
See the others:
A Rare Hare with Flare
A Duck Named Chuck
A Fawn at Dawn
Rooty the Rooster        

#WorldWatercolorMonth

64 thoughts on “A Precocious Pink Pig

  1. Too cute! Benjamin will be ecstatic when he sees Mig on Monday. This is definitely the happiest of pigs. Loving all of your watercolor animals and verses. Thank-you!

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  2. Love your adorable pig named mig!! 🐷 You are really good at painting these animals and creating these rhymes, Jodi! 💕 It would make a fun children’s book for your granddaughter. If you are interested I can check with a friend to see where she got one published just for her grandchildren. I do believe it was reasonably priced. 🎨👍

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  3. I have never seen such a cute and happy pig! I know that you realized you don’t have time to do children’s books at this point in your life, but dang, you’d be good at it. Maybe something to look into when you retire? You have the ability to do both the words and the pictures, and that’s a gift!

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      • I read the suggestions to compliment your animals into a book and agree they would be enchanting and delightful for readers of all ages, especially little ones. Your thoughts to put this together to share with your granddaughter are wonderful. 💕

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