My going-on-four-year-old made me a card at preschool. The teacher asked him some fill-in-the-blank questions, and wrote down his answers, which I present herewith. The questions are in italics, and his answers in normal type.
My Daddy's name is Daddy.
He is I don't know years old.
He has green eyes and black hair. [Brown hair, really. Mostly brown, these days.--ed.]
He likes to eat dinner, breakfast. That's what he likes.
He likes to watch actually, commercials on TV. [I do? --ed.]
When he goes to work, he works at work.
I love my Daddy because I do.
It's good to be Dad.Posted by Will Duquette at June 15, 2003 02:05 PM
Your going on four year old can spell out "actually?" He uses the word "actually?"
Will Duquette said:
He can't spell it out, as he can't spell; his version of the Alphabet Song goes "A B C D L M N O P Q R S Y and Z". His teacher wrote down his answers for him. But it's certainly a word he uses.