31 March 2010

Wordless Wednesday: Learning to Read

The child climbed into my bed with a book and asked "Could you read me this book about karaoke indians"?

15 comments:

Kelly said...

;)

Imperatrix said...

Isn't that so cool when that first happens? Thumbs up!

Very Mary said...

Did you tell her that you'd just have to lip sync?

Heide said...

Awesome!

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

The mispronunciations from when kids are learning to read are the stuff of family legends.

Karaoke Indians, indeed!

alejna said...

I love it!

Mental P Mama said...

I love her to bits!!!

Kyla said...

Love it!

Everytime KayTar talks about our recent trip to NASA, she says, "Remember when we went to NAUSEA?" LOL.

mayberry said...

Well, I guess karaoke lovers really are their own sort of tribe.

Mary G said...

I'll trade you for a six year old who is on a mission to correct Grama's French accent.
Laughing. A lot.

Bibliomama said...

Once when reading a Christmas card to us from my brother in law Angus finished off "love and miss you gays". Not that there's anything wrong with that.

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

Too funny.

painted maypole said...

what do Indians sing at Karaoke? The campy "YMCA"? The poignant and angry "Bury my Heart at Wounded Knee?" The classically offensive "Please, Mr. Custard"?

phd in yogurtry said...

Shame on you and your readers. To presume Native American Indians did not step up to microphones with peace-pipe breath and imitate their favorite pop-singers. Culturists.

Ilina said...

Now *that* is classic. I love it!