The cricketer, above, was made from papier maché by my youngest son Wills. He entitled it 'My Brother' (his brother was a seriously good cricketer). I think I made the bat and stumps, but otherwise it was all his own work. I love it.
My oldest son, Kimbo, drew this little portrait of his younger brother, Wills, and it looks just like him. Even his hair was exactly like that at the time. Kimbo always had a natural talent for drawing, and never minded leaving 'construction' lines; a sophisticated touch. He often surprised me with his work. One series of drawings of a neighbour's Alsatian dog were quite remarkable; I still marvel at them today. I think the above has a slightly Kitaj/Hockney look about it. It measures about 2 by 3 inches.
All three works were produced when their creators were about 8 or 9.