Levy draws a new picture every night on a napkin and sends it to school in her son's lunchbox the next day. The tradition began when her eldest son was three years old. Now, it's her 6-year-old son who gets a daily work of art. The boys get to choose the subject as they head to bed.
Each napkin -- such as this dinosaur image -- is hours of work each night, but Levy says it's really no different from what other parents do. She said, "I mean, some people make their children's clothes or take them fly-fishing. In that sense, it's our thing."