C wrote a note this morning and left it in S's lunchbox for her to find during the day.
It read: Hey, honey, I love you. He signed it from "Mommy."
S thought it was funniest, most clever thing she'd seen all day so, of course, she took it to its next, illogical step and has already penned a note to him and put it in his lunchbox for tomorrow.
It reads: Don't come home stupid. She signed her own name.
However, she misspelled her name at first, crossing out an errant "w." Further, she had to ask me how to spell "stupid."
Everybody has the right to be fascinated by the simple, and kids certainly have the right to make mistakes, but don't commit them to paper and pass them along to your older sibling. That's just stupid.