Monday, January 9, 2012

KEEP OUT

If you can decipher this sign posted on my daughters' bedroom door, you might want to consider a career as a kindergarten teacher.

Aren't five-year-olds awesome?

25 comments:

  1. Something about 'No BS' and only my dad is allowed in our bedroom? Haha. That's hilarious!

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  2. hahaha so cute! "no bs" hahah :)

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  3. I'm pretty sure it's "No Boys Allowed, unless it's my daddy." lol too cute. No, not going to even try kindergarten. I subbed for them a couple of times and they all want to hug me. Darn leeches. Lol

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  4. Snort ... that's too funny. My daughter is going through a no-boy stage but five is a bit young, don't you think?

    I love "except Daddy."

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  5. No boys allowed in our bedroom. Except my dad. By anna and olivia.

    I am awesome at deciphering. :)

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  6. This is so cute. What smart girls you have Amy! Keep them boys away from my bedroom!

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  7. Kids never cease to amaze, do they? "No boys allowed in our bedroom, except my dad." I particularly appreciate the figures by the door. My boy is almost 5 and just as precocious.

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  8. Haha, that's adorable XD No boys allowed in our bedroom, except our Dad. Awww <3

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  9. *LOL* That's so cute. I did figure it out. :)

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  10. Hee hee, very cute! You know what the funny thing is? Once they reach the teenage years, their text speak looks almost the same, lol!

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  11. See, I had no trouble, but then I DID study to be a kindergarten teacher. Also I have a four-year-old who is learning to write. :)
    I think the latter has more to do with it actually... :)

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  12. Lol! it's so cute!
    I think I'd love to be a kindergarten teacher, they come out with hilarious stuff at that age.

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  13. Your daughter is discussing the atomic weights on the Periodic Table of Elements.
    Sincerely,
    Atomic Number 49 5/8ths

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  14. Hi Amy .. I have no idea - and am sure your other commenters have the right idea ...

    Great fun though .. love kids' minds - thanks for posting .. Hilary

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  15. HAHA I thought it said “No BS allowed” at first!

    I work at a psych hospital, and sadly/hilariously a lot of the notes patients post on their doors have similar spelling and grammar. Never a dull moment!

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  16. No boys allowed in our bedroom except my dad, of course! That is so cute!

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  17. I have a teenaged daughter. Maybe I should put that sign on HER bedroom? Just kidding. She's a freshman in college and I have no control! :0

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  18. I taught nursery age for two years but I didn't manage to decipher it. Failed! I can see that lots of your followers did though and it made me smile.

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  19. That is so cute. At that age I wrote "NO" on a piece of paper and stuck it on the door. This is much better.

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  20. It took a minute, but I got it! Might I recommend translating on the back (if you plan to keep this for posterity) so six years from now you're able to translate without going cross-eyed?

    I LOVE kids' art and writing!

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  21. I love it. Perfectly readable!

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  22. I think the most important part of the message is what I'm getting from the beginning: "NO BS, YOU LAD!"

    ;) Let's hope she remembers this motto once she starts dating, hehehe

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  23. So awesome! I wow, I understood it, but only because that is how my son spelled before this year.

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  24. Somehow all the blogs I followed via Google got dropped, so I'm just finding this. But I can read it! No boys allowed in our bedroom except my dad.

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