My 6-year-old has been learning to write.
And I love it.
I have a difficult time throwing ANY of his writing away.
The pile of paper is getting so big, I may soon be a candidate for "Hoarders."
It is so darn cute.
Especially when he writes things like this:
For those of you who do not read Kindergartenese, it says:
"Mommy and Daddy
I love you forever.
Melts my heart.
However, he has also been writing signs.
For his door.
Once again, the translation:
"No Brothers Allowed.
Club Members only."
Notice the rip down the middle? His "bruthrs" didn't like this one.
And it is a bit exclusive, don't you think?
Especially since his "bruthr" shares the room.
And then there is this one:
"Boys Only. No Girls."
(I love her eyelashes and skirt.
Where did he learn to draw a girl like that?)
There are only three "girls" in this house.
Me, Maisy, and Ruby (the dogs).
I reminded him that I am a girl.
"Am I allowed in?" I asked.
"How will I read you stories?"
So he added the exception clause (on the right):
"Big people girls only."
I can't wait to see what he learns next.