Thursday, May 29, 2014

Soq Eeros

You're probably wondering, What the heck is up with the title of this post?

Isaak brought home about 5 journals at the end of the year. In most of them he can write whatever he wants. 

I just love how they write when they are 5. They write things phonetically and backwards.

Here's what he wrote:

I like to see awt my wido I see a kare and a rake and a trak and a dillden and I like to see awte my wido. I like to play with my drother I like to qlay with my drothr I drag kostms awt the hase like to qlay soq eeros gamse.

Here's what it is translated as:

I like to see out my window. I see a car and a rake and a truck and a building and I like to see out my window. I like to play with my brother. When I play with my brother I like to play with my brother. (not sure why that's twice, but it's cute.) I drag costumes out the house like to play superheros games.


I think I've read it 15 times. The first time I was trying to figure out what it all was, the second time I was still trying to figure out what it all was, and after that I got it. I smile each time I read it. They have to start somewhere.

It's good to see that he likes to play superheros with his brother.

I think it's so funny that Mica started out never drawing ears on his people. We kept telling Mica, "This person can't hear." Isaak's all about ears. His people can hear really well!

I do have to say that both of my boys had/have pretty good handwriting.

5 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

That is so cute and I really enjoy the kids writing, too. My little one has atrocious hand writing and we are going to make a big effort to work on that over the summer.

Lady Lilith said...

Oh that is so cute. You are correct about his handwriting. He does have a pretty nice print.
Thanks for sharing.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

That is so cute!

Theresa Mahoney said...

I just love how they write at that age too. Even though Allison has gotten better, when I visit the school I like to go down the first grade hallway to read their stories they write. I always get a good chuckle!

~ Noelle said...

that is so cute and so sweet
I LOVE his handwriting :)

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