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DS wrote his name (unaided) today at 3.3yrs. i am so proud!!

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shrinkingsagpuss Wed 16-Apr-08 13:33:52

Bless his little heart, it brought a tear to my eye!
He sat with his little pen and paper, and wrote the first 4 letters all on his own, then I did a dotty letter "y" to finish it.

grin

Flamestar Wed 16-Apr-08 18:28:02

grin

pointydog Wed 16-Apr-08 18:30:54

Is this gifted and talented?

MaloryTowersTraditionalist Wed 16-Apr-08 18:31:30

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claricebeansmum Wed 16-Apr-08 18:32:28

Bless.
Now he will write on everything - your diary, books, walls grin

Slouchy Wed 16-Apr-08 18:32:50

Well done to DS.
Not sure it quite compares with Mozart writing 1st sonata at 4yo though?

FrannyandZooey Wed 16-Apr-08 18:34:38

definitely G + T wink

it's so sweet watching them concentrate on something like this

pagwatch Wed 16-Apr-08 18:38:10

Sweet grin.
My DS has SN and the first time he wrote his name he was about six and he wrote it in letters about 6 inches high all across his newly painted bedroom.
We should have been cross but we were so proud grin

He is clearly G&T too. We had the police here today and he informed them very solomly "police good. Police almost never kill you" grin.
Good pertinent info I thought

shrinkingsagpuss Wed 16-Apr-08 19:28:55

wink yes. ahem proud parent posting in wrong section.

grin blush

claricebeansmum Wed 16-Apr-08 19:34:37

Pagwatch - LOL at "almost" smile

pointydog Wed 16-Apr-08 19:36:05

It is a proud moment, shrinking

lexcat Thu 17-Apr-08 20:35:36

Sorry to burst the bubble dd did that first just before 3 and tried to write it every where.
But since going to school hates writting though has lovely handwritting and only now nearing the end of Y2 is reallty startinng to enjoy writting again.
Enjoy the monent but don't push it, I think that's what happened when dd started school.

shrinkingsagpuss Sun 20-Apr-08 22:33:16

Why would it burst my bubble Lexcat? I'm proud of my son, and wanted to share it. That your DC did it earlier does not take anything away from my son's achievement. smile

wrinklytum Sun 20-Apr-08 22:39:33

Still chuckling at "police almost never kill you" fantastic, has made me

Lovely that your little one has spelt fhis name SSP.My DS is 4 and only just started doing his.It is a lovely achievement.DS recently wrote his on our bathroom door,quite a nice pine wood one.Didn't know whether to applaud or tell him off ...it was in pencil,luckily

makeminealargeoneplease Mon 06-Oct-08 08:38:03

Well done him!!! You should be really proud! Even more impressive is his name is Jeremy rather than Jay I guess. wink my DD has 8 letters in her first name hmm.

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