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25 times children left us speechless by writing notes with wrong spelling but the right ideas

Children have their own distinct ways of using words. They express their emotions and ideas filterless.

25 times children left us speechless by writing notes with wrong spelling but the right ideas
Cover Image Source: Reddit | u/avid_life / u/grapeormelon

When we deal with babies, we wish they could talk effectively so that we can know what is going on in their mind. They eventually grow and learn to communicate but take a little while to get a good hold on grammar. Children have their own distinct ways of using words. Sometimes, their timing and other times, their words stun us. They express their emotions and ideas filterless, not worrying about what spellings of the words they choose to articulate their thoughts.

Representational Image Source: Pexels | Photo by Andrea Piacquadio
Representational Image Source: Pexels | Photo by Andrea Piacquadio

 

Prepare to be amazed by these handwritten notes by kids that'll leave you speechless. Behind the wrong spellings is a heavy taste of honesty. Here are 25 notes written by children that are both sweet and heartfelt. 

1. "I ate my kids' Chex mix last night. My daughter wrote this to console my wife"

Image Source: Reddit | u/shutch00
Image Source: Reddit | u/shutch00

2. "My 12-year-old knows how to make me feel special!"

Image Source: Reddit | u/Tiffnade
Image Source: Reddit | u/Tiffnade

3. "The card my 7-year-old son gave me today that I will cherish forever"

Image Source: Reddit | u/avid_life
Image Source: Reddit | u/avid_life

4. "My daughter had a friend sleepover and left this note for her friend"

Image Source: Reddit | u/j-5 9
Image Source: Reddit | u/j-5 9

5. "My little sister wrote this on her math test"

Image Source: Reddit | u/Jukethebox
Image Source: Reddit | u/Jukethebox

6. "My daughter asked if she could make a Mother's Day card with one bad word"

Image Source: Reddit | u/diggum1996
Image Source: Reddit | u/diggum1996

 

7. "My brother's camp requires the kids to write a letter home after the first week"

Image Source: Reddit | u/anon
Image Source: Reddit | u/anon

8. "My daughter was upset about misplacing her lost tooth. She left a note for the tooth fairy."

Image Source: Reddit | u/grapeormelon
Image Source: Reddit | u/grapeormelon

9. "Our dog died. Neighbor's kid made us a card. She was embarrassed by it so she scratched her name out and wrote her mom's name instead."

Image Source: Reddit | u/anon
Image Source: Reddit | u/anon

10. "A letter from my daughter"

Image Source: Reddit | u/Str8upbored
Image Source: Reddit | u/Str8upbored

11. "She took notes of her dad's reaction throughout the Super Bowl"

Image Source: Reddit | u/BraveReddit
Image Source: Reddit | u/BraveReddit

12. "This note from my brother to my parents in 1995"

Image Source: Reddit | u/A2326P
Image Source: Reddit | u/A2326P

13. "Humble beginnings"

Image Source: Reddit | u/Twinkaboo
Image Source: Reddit | u/Twinkaboo

14. "A kid's wish on a mall's lunar new year wishing tree"

Image Source: Reddit | u/some_chicken_please
Image Source: Reddit | u/some_chicken_please

15. "I reached into the box for the last can, but instead found only this note from my kid"

Image Source: Reddit | u/akambe
Image Source: Reddit | u/akambe

 

16. Second-grade student's note to a newly single teacher 

Image Source: Reddit | u/lastfantastic
Image Source: Reddit | u/lastfantastic

17. "My kid left a note for me in the fridge"

Image Source: Reddit | u/SquireX
Image Source: Reddit | u/SquireX

18. Five-year-old needs to work on spellings 

Image Source: Reddit | u/adempsey13
Image Source: Reddit | u/adempsey13

19. "A note that my little cousin left for his dad"

Image Source: Reddit | u/The_Dream_Walker
Image Source: Reddit | u/The_Dream_Walker

20. "Note that my co-worker's daughter wrote to him"

Image Source: Reddit | u/yichen_bman
Image Source: Reddit | u/yichen_bman

21. (Not so passive) aggressive note written to the tooth fairy 

Image Source: Reddit | u/judokitten
Image Source: Reddit | u/judokitten

22. We buy it

Image Source: Reddit | u/JfreakingR
Image Source: Reddit | u/JfreakingR

23. "My six-year-old son got a note sent home from his teacher yesterday"

Image Source: Reddit | u/nerge
Image Source: Reddit | u/nerge

 

24. "One of my 4th-grade autistic students yelled at me so this was his apology letter."

Image Source: Reddit | u/jeppyboneski
Image Source: Reddit | u/jeppyboneski

25. 7-year-old's attitude-check note 

Image Source: Reddit | u/sadiedoesscience
Image Source: Reddit | u/sadiedoesscience

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