These pictures don't do it justice. You should see it in person.
It appears that he crawled under the coffee table and doodled all over. The drawing is about 3 feet by 4 feet. It's huge. Upon further investigation, I discovered Sharpie art on my mom's hardwood floor, and the wall in the hallway.
I told my parents, and they came out to investigate. My dad was upset for about a total of three (3) seconds, and then he just said, "Oh well, he's only three. Kids do those kind of things. If we can't get it out, we'll just put a rug down and cover it up."
(And the whole time I'm thinking, "they're probably wishing we hadn't come for harvest...")
A few days later, my dad had the 11-year-old scouts over for their weekly activity. They walked through the front door and said, "Brother Barrus! What happened to your carpet?!?!!!"
My dad replied, "Oh don't you know? We hired a very expensive artist. He flew out from back east and did that art piece on our carpet. It's what all the fancy homes do now..."
And of course, they didn't believe him!
The funniest part? Nathan has never, ever written on himself or anything except paper in his entire life. Too funny.
My parents might be getting a new rug from Nathan for Christmas.