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Start the morning with a good coconut
I forgot where I put...
Fishing at dawn
Millionaire vs. Billionaire
Street art in Dublin, Ireland
Lake Merced - San Francisco, California
Proud Reckless Driver
today there was a
fly on my head! WITC
...E TRIED TO GIT IT
...IT WIN IT
--> GOT OUT
IT FLOW AWA
Y SKIP BRECFIST
WIN IT WAS
DEGS AND SDROB-
LA YOGART AND
LOCH OF YOEY
NAH AND I WAR
AND REDENE ARE
NOTBOOK BUT THE
EDEN US ALIV
today there was a fly on me head! Which... tried to get it... it wouldn't... it when it finally got out, it flew away. Skip breakfast, was late. When it was finally ready, breakfast was hard-boiled eggs and strawberries and vanilla yogurt and lots of yummy stuff. After breakfast, Savannah and I were sitting on the porch swing and reading our notebook, but the mosquitoes were eating us alive.
EDIT: thanks /u/powerbookguy for the help with breakfast and the last two lines!
I think I figured out the last sentence:
Savannah and I were sitting on the porch swing and reading our notebook(s) but the mosquitos were eating us alive.
I love that mosquitos was spelled "mescedos".
lol nice. What about what else she had for breakfast?
The whole family looked at it, including the one who wrote it, and we're not 100% sure what the second food is she mentioned. Our best guess on that section is:
when it was finally was ready, breakfast was hard boiled eggs and strawberries(??) and vanilla yogurt and lots of yummy stuff. After breakfast, Savannah and I...
Feels like reading the dwarf journal in Moria. "We cannot get out. They are coming..."
Boiled eggs and vanilla yogurt is a great breakfast. Tell that child the whole internet can read, but her sisters can't.
Yeah this. Tell her all the adults on the internet can read it just fine. ( except for boiled eggs, I really didn't make the connection there）
I can't read it
Considering we tell them to spell it out phonetically to start with, that is pretty damn good.
I gotta say this hit me right in the feels today. No kids of my own yet, but I have two school age nieces who are exploiting written language. Reading OPs title I could feel the frustration they are experiencing, when you try as hard as you can but nothing seems to be perfect. When I visit my nieces they love to draw and write for me, and nothing gives me more joy than seeing the pride on their face when they get a really difficult word right.
Also hits close to home because I’m struggling in a chemistry class rn and nothing seems to stick. I’ve always been terrible at math. I walked out of an exam the other day frustrated and almost cried, I’ve never experienced anything like that before. Just like we tell our children when they struggle, just keep trying. That’s all we can do in the face of adversity.
I know how this kid feels so much. I've never been remotely artistic but remember drawing a dog when I was a kid. Trying so hard. When I was nearly done, my mum looked at it and complimented my crocodile drawing. I remember just ripping it to shreds and breaking down.
Now I've a kid of my own on the way and I'm going to encourage them as much as possible, and make sure they never feel disappointed in themselves.
Looks like my sisters writing now so she’s doing better than mine!
Brecfist was definitely on this girl's mind. Great stuff and thanks for sharing!
Brecfist was fuckin layte?
This kid wrote a tragedy.
"Aww, that's so cute! How old is she?"
Better than my 15YO brother’s handwriting.....
I would act to her like I was so proud and then I would either put it on my fridge or frame it. I was the third of three sisters and know how that poor baby feels.
She has three big sisters. Being the youngest girl can be tough at times :)
I love finding my kids notes. My eldest recently was interested in ghosts and she watched a documentary and took notes. It was the funniest thing to read.
The results are so much better when they just write on their own initiative. You actually get a picture of how a young mind works. This happened when we were volunteering at a camp in northern Michigan for a week. Our four daughters visited the camp store and all bought these cheap little notebooks. They journaled their experiences while at camp. I'm so glad they thought to do that. The memories are great.
Yes! I always encourage my kids to write down their thoughts or just what they did. It's good practice, plus it's always fun to go back. I always ask if I can write on the back what they wrote so down the road it's less of a puzzle. I love some of the spelling. My mom always hid notes in my bag or under my pillows and I do that now and they've begun hiding notes for me now.
Looks like kindergarten going into first, and at that age that are so proud and being able to read and write is huge to there esteem. I can feel the disappoint from here.
so something i read on here that I started doing is I set up email addresses for both of my kids and I send them notes and pictures. This would be a great thing to include in that (and the original notes). that way they have something to read back through when they are older.
This isn't Facebook.
You are a great parent.