Marriage Proposals: The Check Box System
It’s the question that will bring even the most confident man to his knees.
Will you marry me?
He agonized over how to pop the question for days.
Should he ask her in person?
Should he express himself in writing?
Should he have someone else ask her for him?
To quote his mother, “It literally kept him up for days.”
Finally, six-year-old Jack opted to write his intended a note. But even the written word didn’t calm his nerves.
Would she misunderstand the check mark boxes?
I don’t know what Megan said, but I do know that a six-year-old with that kind of printing is a keeper. Jack’s penmanship nearly guarantees that he will become a man who takes out the garbage and puts his socks in the laundry without being asked.
To read more about Jack’s antics, go to his mom’s blog, Sh*t My 6-Year-Old Says.
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Posted on September 22, 2011, in Notes and tagged Chase McFadden, Debi Norton, funny writing, Humor, Ironic Mom, Kids, Leanne Shirtliffe, marriage, marriage proposals, shit my 6 year old says, Stuff Kids Write, Stuffkidswrite.com. Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.