Tuesday, February 26, 2013

It's plane to see

Recently, my daughter's first grade class celebrated their 100th day of school.

Part of this celebration was completing a booklet with information having to do with hundreds of things. For example: What could she eat 100 of?


(Awww. Adorbs. Except for the unnecessary apostrophe S. Why does she hate me?)

Next question: What could she not eat 100 of?

Here she's managed to avoid the unnecessary apostrophe S, but has used a "to" in place of a "too." (I'll tell you what's "to" much -- never sleeping again because you have a kid who spells "too" with one O.)

If she could have 100 of anything in the world, what would it be and why?


This says, "dreme hauses with a hot tub and hamick. It will be asum."

Hey -- go big or go home(s), right? Asum!

And finally, she was asked what she thought cars, trains, airplanes and rockets would look like in 100 years.

Rather than going the typical (some say unimaginative) route of drawing some futuristic-looking flying car, my daughter went in a different direction:


Yes. "becus it wil be old."

Can't argue with logic,
Brutalism



8 comments:

ShutUpandRun said...

Hah! I luvs yer daughter's! But you should let her have 100 donut's for breakfast. Thats what the kewl mom's due.

Brutalism said...

SUAR - 100 donut's is to much -- didn't you rede that? What if I let her doo that and then her stomach hurt's?

dilettante07 said...

I think the plane's will have more livver spots because their to close to the son.

Brutalism said...

Dilettante07 - Rite? And I would assume at that advanced age, it might also be waring adult diaper's. She obviously did not think any of this threw.

Christian at Point Counter-Point Point Point said...

Despite her spelling of "too" you have to admire the way she spells donuts. Your daughter seems like good people to me.

Kate Coveny Hood said...

I agree asum!

Brutalism said...

Christian - I thought we agreed it was spelled "d'oh nuts"

Kate - It will never be "awesome" again, will it? I'm adopting asum.

Unknown said...

I love how you admit that her spelling/grammar makes you cringe. I'm the same way but I don't tell anyone...