At least he has good phonological awareness

Client: “Shampoo. That’s like a toilet.”

Me: “What? Why?”

Client: “Because it has poo in it.”



Um…just gonna move right past that…

(Working with a 7-year-old client on word finding. Playing a game that requires him to describe a mystery object to me so I can guess what it is.) 

Client: Okay, it’s something kids play with.

Me: So if kids can play with it, what category is it in?

Client: A toy. And it looks like.. a dildo.

Me: …Um..a what?

Client: A dildo.

Me: . . . Um…PLAY-Doh? Do you mean it looks like PLAY-Doh?

Client: No, I don’t think so.


Epilogue: It WAS Play-Doh. 



(Sunday school lesson about Jesus’ betrayal. Throughout the following exchange, Kid 2 is sitting criss-cross applesauce, with his head down to the ground.)

Kid 1: Is Judas a girl?

Teacher: No, Judas is a boy.

Kid 1: Then why is he kissing Jesus?

(Kid 2 puts his head up)

Kid 2: (whispers) I kiss everything… (puts his head back down)