October 26, 2009 @ 8:14 pm | Filed under: ,

A conversation reported to me by the 14-year-old:

biscuitWonderboy (looking at book): “Biscuit is spelled B-I-S-C-U-I-T.”

Jane (hiding book): “That’s right! What does B-I-S-C-U-I-T spell?”

Wonderboy: “Biscuit!”

Jane (still hiding book): “That’s right! How do you spell Biscuit?”

Wonderboy: “With letters!”

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    feebeeglee says:

    My son would spell words and say everything spelled “cookie.”

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    Penny in VT says:

    chuckle, smile… sweet 🙂

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    sarah says:

    This made me smile! Dennis will LOVE it!

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    Sue says:

    Well, duh! LOL. Give the boy a hug from me.

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    Hannah says:

    He was really on a roll!