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  1. MyUtopia says:

    lol! Wow, that is funny.

  2. Moosekahl says:

    I’m sure it was a slip of the pen 🙂

    We are heading up to Glacier on Sunday east to west and then hiking to Hidden Lake from Logan Pass on Tuesday. What year was your friend’s brother killed? I’ve been going to the park every summer since 1997, several times a summer when I actually lived out here.

  3. Moosekahl says:

    I got my copy of “If You Lived Here” down in Canal Park but not at Northern Lights…I bought four other books there 🙂

  4. Jeannie says:

    Actually – if we click on the picture, we get to see it BIG!
    She’s not lack in self confidence either.

    Kids are so fun.

  5. Steve says:

    Sherry’s got a great story about the Redshit family from our reservation days. Trust me, it’s much better than hearing me hold forth on the merits of wikipedia. Island Bound! Regards.

  6. urban-urchin says:

    a little gwen stefani in the making..

    I’m here to tell you that poop is cross gender in it’s appeal.

    I love that it’s because she’s not fond of the letter r. that’s pretty great.

  7. susan says:

    Ah the things to make a mama proud! LOL

    You only *wish* she’s gonna go for the chess club captain…

  8. my4kids says:

    To funny. Kenzie wrote a sentance in first grade also that used sh!t instead of shirt but since she still couldn’t pronounce her r’s I don’t think she realized that R was supposed to be there.

  9. choochoo says:

    My mum told me that when I was little (very little, I’d like to add. Way before you have a real brain to speak of) I ate a poop. She also said that I didn’t like it. I think that might have cured me, although I did talk about pee-pee a lot.

  10. Jazz says:

    Freudian slips? So young?

  11. Logophile says:

    It’s hard work being precocious, you can’t do that AND be expected to use R everywhere it belongs.
    I enlarged the picture and was also giggling about the teacher’s enthusiasm for that very interesting sentence.

  12. furiousBall says:

    That sh!t is dope.

  13. Diana says:

    Yes. You just keep telling yourself that she just misplaced the ‘r’. Uh huh.

    I think all would have been clear had they had to draw a picture to go with the sentences and then you’d see a sparkly pile of poo next to the purple star.

  14. Lizard Princess says:

    Ha ha ha!
    You have to remeber that one for those teenage years. It will make good conversation with all the “cool” friends that will be coming over! Ha.

  15. CS says:

    Maybe the teacher preferred “I like his shit” too, and that’s what earned the smiley face?

  16. Em says:

    LMAO…too funny! She is gonna be a talented writer, just like her mommy! I bet the teacher put that smiley face there just so you would know she was sharing a giggle with you over the whole thing.

  17. Claire says:

    Hilarious! That is some cool sh!t
    It probably made her teacher laugh.

  18. Claire says:

    Almost forgot – An autistic boy I once worked with liked to sing the National Anthem. Only he would randomly insert “F*ck You, Asshole!” His dad occasionally took him to baseball games. Ya think he might have been paying attention?

  19. tracey says:

    I love Girl…

  20. lime says:

    reminds me of the time my then 4 year old daughter was playing with a pair of borthers one 3 and one 5. the 5 yr old was face up on the floor. may daughter face down on him with the 3 yr old face down on her in a kid stack. i walked in and my red headed daughter shouted gleefully….look mama, i’m da tomato between two slices of bread!

    btw, wrod veri was ‘licti’

  21. Hammer says:

    I got in trouble for leaving out the “R” many times.

  22. mcewen says:

    Ah the many joys of parenthood!

  23. mcewen says:

    Huh! No email on your profile, or am I just too thick to find it on your sidebar?

  24. frannie says:

    I really needed a laugh… so glad this was the one blog I chose to visit before bed.

    my, how I love you!

  25. Diesel says:

    Very funny, J. Next time you want to post one of those hard to read pages, email it to me and I’ll work my photoshop magic on it. Seriously. I could make those words really close to legible.

  26. AmyTree says:

    That’s awesome! There’s one to trot out and show to Girl’s future boyfriends, just for fun.

  27. chelle says:

    hehe amazing how one little letter changes it all.

  28. Pendullum says:

    To be saved for her ‘memory book’ for certain…

  29. Voyager says:

    I like Girl’s teacher for accepting the sentence as is.

  30. BeachMama says:

    Quite cute and interesting that the teacher didn’t get upset about it. My turn will come, J starts school in another month or so.

  31. velvet says:

    That’s funny. Really funny. Kids are a hoot.

  32. Glamourpuss says:

    Yeah, but I hope she likes his shirt, too. There’s nothing so unappealing as a badly-dressed man.


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