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Wordless Wednesday – Cryptic Love Note

I have no clue what this is. My six year old daughter left this note for my husband last week.

We still cannot figure out what it means but it is kind of funny. We have no idea what she lost.

Also note that she did not call him Dad or Daddy but Jason which makes me laugh even harder.

My kid is silly!

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  1. feefifoto

    Make sure to keep it. I have drawers full of notes from my kids. Many of them no longer carry much meaning, except that they are treasures.

  2. too cute! My 2 year old calls my husband by his first name now and then and it drives him crazy!

  3. Amy Kronstedt

    hah! My 2 year old calls daddy ‘Joeeeeeeeeee’ sometimes too 🙂 mostly when he’s looking for daddy like I do.
    So cute though, what did she say she lost?

    • Stacie

      That is funny!

      She said that she forgot what was lost. I think that she may have wanted to play hide & seek with him. She could have meant that she was lost.

  4. Tara

    LOL! I love that she wrote it to his name. Kids are so funny! You should save this for her baby book 🙂

    My kids can’t write yet, but my 2 year old found this funny note the other day, I was cracking up! http://mommyhaha.com/home/item/the-list.html

  5. So it wasn’t something important losted like keys, too cute. May never know the answer.

  6. I still have all of my kids notes like that and lists they make of crazy stuff. Artwork is great but notes like these are priceless!

  7. Jan at Jewelry4Change

    That is soooo cute! I still have notes that my children wrote m-a-n-y years ago. I’ve put them in certain drawers around the house, so I’ll see them once in a while. They always make me smile. 🙂

  8. Kids are just too funny, aren’t they?

  9. Your kids are a riot, I love these funny kid posts you do!

  10. Carrie

    I wonder if she was trying to write ‘I love you’ but messed up on the ‘love’ part in the first try so rewrote it without erasing her other words?

    regardless, super cute!

  11. I love it that we can take pictures of our kids silly notes! That’s a good one.

  12. Art of RetroCollage

    She is adorable! Happy WW!

  13. Janessa

    That is adorable! My daughter knows it FRIES her dad when she calls him by his first name instead of “Daddy” so she does it just to aggravate him. LOL

  14. I love those kind of notes 🙂

  15. aawww..this is so sweet! did you ask her what “I lost” meant? Was she trying to spell “I LOVE” but messed up and just started over again? Sooo sweet!

  16. awww such a cutie!!! for keeps!

  17. Could it be lots – love you lots …
    happy WW and this is so sweet

  18. And you haven’t asked her? I would be dying to know so I could write on the back what she meant and keep it forever!

  19. This is so great! “I lost” cracks me. Wonder what she’s missing?! 🙂

    Thanks for the linky!

  20. I was just going to ask if you had asked her too! I guess it’s a good thing my husband and I started calling each other daddy and mama when we got dogs (ages 6 and 4). If we said our real names, she’d have no clue what we meant!

  21. Adorable and hilarious all in one! 🙂

  22. so sweet! well little girls have been know to have their first love be their daddy… so maybe she lost her heart to daddy? and forgot to write out the word? a keeper!

  23. Kids are so silly. I cannot wait to start finding notes like that!

  24. That’s cute! I love her name. Is it short for Isabella?

  25. I love the things kids write/say! How cute. Happy WW!

  26. That’s cute! I wonder what is lost? My kids think its funny to call me and their dad by our first names… LOL

  27. That is so stinkin’ cute! Kids are great. 🙂

  28. Ah I love the little notes my beginning writers/spellers leave me too… so creative and amusing!

  29. Maybe she’s trying to butter Jason up to tell him that she lost something very important 🙂

  30. Maybe she lost a game? haha Kids are funny. My oldest writes the weirdest stuff b/c she is just learning how to write sentences.

  31. I know I am totally thinking ahead, this would make great fodder for his future blog, lol. I wish I had some of the crazy things I wrote back in the day. Hmmm.. *goes digging*

  32. These funny ones are definitely keepers.

  33. Steph

    That is just too cute! Good luck trying to figure it out.

  34. haha It’s these little things that you have to save. We crack up still about some of the things the kids wrote.

  35. FromTheHeartsOf

    I hate forgetting what I lost!

  36. That IS a mystery! It needs solving. Get to it!

  37. This is adorable. Many years ago I was in the hospital with tubes in my mouth so I couldn’t speak. I don’t have any memory of the event, but I found some notes that I had written to my nephew while I couldn’t speak. And I also found a drawing he made me, with I love you written on it. It is now framed and on my wall. Those are special pieces to me.

    Now, if you only knew what she lost. LOL

  38. I love finding things my little ones write. How adorable!

  39. Very sweet! She hears her mommy call her daddy Jason and she is so glad she is not lost because her Daddy will make sure she is always “found” and she loves him for that!

  40. Kid’s mind are amazing. I often wonder what’s going through them. That’s funny.

  41. My heart be still- as a former teacher, I have mad love for kid writing! Fab choice!

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  43. Deborah

    Maybe she lost at a game . LOL, kids are so funny at times.

  44. sorry, I just had to play along twice. Is that alright?

  45. her…train of thought? Happens to the best of us!

  46. That is too cute! I wonder what she lost?

  47. Perhaps mimicking a mommy note? Do you often write him notes? I know we write notes a lot. As for “I lost” that is freakin’ adorable. I love kid-speak. Sigh. <3

  48. LOL I would love to know what it means if you find out. How funny kids can be.

  49. Irene

    Notes like that are the sweetest things ever!! Love it!

  50. Maybe she was mimicking mama or maybe she wanted Daddy to think you wrote the note & therefore he wouldn’t leave he’d go find you. Maybe she was missing her daddy! How cute!

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  52. Oh that’s too funny! And way too cute an sweet! 🙂

  53. Sam

    LOL! That’s funny. I love trying to interpret my kids notes.

  54. Connie

    I love it! Kids are so cute when they figure out their parents have “real” names. My son is 25 and still sometimes calls us by our first names to be funny. I love it. I also saved some of their silly notes like this one but thankfully I wrote what they were trying to tell us at the time. It’s been so long now I’d have never remembered!

  55. Cute note….wonder why she said she was lost?

  56. Geri

    What does Bella say it means?

  57. Alyson

    That is indeed interesting….. hmmmm

  58. Well isn’t this neat. I read your posts and my mom told me recently that if I called her by her first name it would be her mission to straighten me out. She hates it but it is entertaining even at 40. I have some good ideas you may be interested in???

  59. yeah ^^ what does bella say it means? did you ask her?
    it’s so super cute. i’ll bet she was just mimicing you. but the “i lost” part is just so adorable. maybe she lost a game or something at school? (is she in school?) and she just wasn’t sure how to write the rest of it? like “i lost at dominos” would be hard to spell..

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  61. Eileen

    My daughter would write things like this while she was almost incoherent trying to drift off to sleep…sit up and write nonsense. (always has a book she’s reading and a notebook on her headboard shelf) It’s so funny! |We save funny things like this…each kid has a large bin on wheels that fits under their beds and choose to save some of their favorite artwork, etc. I have tossed several of this comical things in the mix too.
    I dont think any of the 6 kids ever called us by our given names though. funny

  62. Debra P

    Were they playing a game? It is the cutest thing. It sounds like maybe she was trying to be “grown-up”. So very cute. Kids say the cutest things.

    Did you ever ask her? 😉

  63. ellen

    LOL_I think she was trying her hand at forging a not too- although you have to admit, she is getting better- it isnr spelled backwards!

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