Running Cartwheels Around Your Grammar

| West Point, NY, USA | Children, Parents & Guardians, Sons & Daughters

(My four year old is trying to do a cartwheel in our living room, and she’s very excited because she can almost do it.)

Daughter: “Daddy! Daddy! Did you see what I did? Watch!”

Husband: *not really watching* “Okay, honey. What did you did?”

(She stands up and puts her hands on her hips.)

Daughter: “It’s what did you do, daddy. We speak proper English in this house!”

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