Sometimes you just need a good laugh. Sometimes you need to know that your own kid isn’t quite as crazy as you thought they were. Whatever the reason, settle in and check out this list of the funniest notes ever written by kids.
Happy Mother’s Day!
Very honest note written by this kid. It seems cute as well as terrible.
Sorry, But Sorry
You apparently get when you were a child and had to write a letter confessing for something. It seems this little kid isn’t yet at the point where they’re really willing to apologize.
Sometimes God Say Yes to Your Prayers, Not exactly.!
At least he said thank you. Anyone with siblings knows the uncertainty of suddenly being told you’re getting a brother or sister.
Everone should be honest like this kid.
This kid designed this note in very specific words. He wanted to say exact words to his mommy. But still it is expressive note!
Sorry, But Not Sorry Part-2!
Yet another apology note without a real apology. Some kids have apparently really perfected the art of hanging onto their anger. At least they tried to feel sorry. Maybe they’ll get it next time.
No Mommy, She is still mad at you.
She is not going to let her(mom) win. This one tried her best to get Julian to have a great start to the day. This girl is not giving up.
Stop accusing, please!
It seems that being accused of transferring gas is a bridge too far for this little one. Perhaps if mom confesses to them for badly accusing them of being stinky, they’ll review their departure.
That’s called an apology now.
This is the real apology now. And this spelling mistakes are cute though. The best part is the little drawing at the bottom.
Never Fool With Mother Nature Jr.
This particular kid seems to have a real love of nature. In fact, their love of nature and desire to be outside with their parents seems a little scary. Let’s hope no one burns this kid’s feelings a second time.
Honesty Is The Best Policy.
Does anyone really like doing duties? This child is just putting it on the list and telling their parents precisely what the consequences of having to do a particular task might be. We give them points for that.
If the dog wouldn’t listen when it was repeatedly told to stop pooing in this kid’s yard, then we have to say that it seemed as if the little tyke’s hands were tied. We just wish we knew whether or not the dog stopped pooing on their yard after that.
If someone wishes for it to start storming tacos, it’s your job as an American to make sure that child gets to taste at least one for a meal that day. Maybe you can even fire the taco into the air.