Mark 10:16 (NLT)
Then he took the children in his arms and placed his hands on their heads and blessed them.
TIME OF DAY:
The sun lights this scene from the left.
Jesus, sitting, holding a baby in his arms, with children by him & on his lap.
Simon/Peter & his brother Andrew standing on the left. They represent all of the disciples in this scene, & have looks of disquiet or dismay, having been rebuked by Jesus for trying to stop the children getting to him.
The man in red & the woman in yellow represent all the parents, with children looking up at Jesus & interacting with him.
I drew & coloured up this scene before the previous scene. In Scene 01 we see that Jesus is indignant that his disciples have taken it upon themselves to prevent people (especially children) from coming into his presence. In this scene we see the children with Jesus, parents looking on with smiles.
Note Simon/Peter & his brother Andrew (representing all Jesus’ disciples) looking sombre & reprimanded, on the left of the scene.
Note on verse 16. ‘Jesus’ loving action (cf. 9:36) vividly illustrated that His blessing is freely given to those who receive it trustingly. The intensive compound verb blessed (kateulogei, imperf., occurring only here in the NT) emphasizes the warmhearted fervor with which Jesus blessed each child who came to Him.’
(Source: The Bible Knowledge Commentary)