manifesto letter and decide for yourself, but we’re pretty sure that 9-year-old Rylan — of Lego portfolio fame — would like to have a dog.
Thanks to Travis and Suzie — Rylan’s heartless parents — for sharing this masterpiece of wanton kid-inflicted parental shame inducement with SKW.
Six-year-old Jack wrote this while patiently waiting for his mom, Suzy, to make dinner.
Moms are miracle workers, but this still seems a bit unfair.
(You can learn more about Suzy and her family at suzysammons.com)
Sometimes, you just have to take a stand against the tyranny of a sister.
And if that doesn’t work, write a note to your mom telling on her.
Thanks to Megan for sharing this detailed incident report from her son.
Sahaana is a small businesswoman.
Literally. She’s 7.
And she’s saving up to buy her own iPad. So, in hopes of drumming up a little business among attending parents, she advertised her tutoring services during her brother’s birthday party.
Based on her monthly fee and the rate of inflation, Sahaana should be able to purchase her own iPad somewhere around the year 2032.
Sahaana, don’t sell yourself short, even if you are short.
Better grades are worth more than a dime! Add some zeros to that figure and bump the decimal to the right, girl!
Thanks to Vasu and Priya, Sahaana’s parents, for sharing their daughter’s awesome entrepreneurial spirit.
We all have ’em…
But few of us ever have the foresight to post a sign on our bedroom door alerting others to the fact it’s the worst day of life. By far.
And including a hand-drawn emoticon to further drive home the point and alert potential non-readers to the fact? Next-level stuff, for sure.
Thanks to Anji for sharing her
son’s sun’s status update.
If he’d drawn a “Like” box, we’d have checked it for sure.
Things that are cool about Easter when you’re a kid:
1. Putting a beatdown on those other fool suckas in the egg hunt
2. Decapitating chocolate bunnies
3. Scattering that plastic grass crap in your basket all over the house
4. Sucking the filling out of Cadbury eggs
5. Your brother Mike
Brad from CampusLIVE snapped this pic. The letter hangs on his friend Noelle’s parents’ fridge. She wrote it to her brother Mike when she was a kid.
Hope you and yours have the coolest of Easters.
Brian wrote this story when he was a kid. His parents kept it. You’ll understand why. They had to be incredibly proud.
The moral of this story?
Talking mice are inherently wise. If one ever offers you advice, take it.
Just don’t bend over to take it.
Especially if you’re naked.