Alrighty Guys, Josh told me I have to write about this... so here you go! :)
Today, I was teaching a lesson on compound words. I said, "A compound word is 2 little words that go together to make 1 big word - like butterfly. Let's share some examples."
Halle said with excitement and confidence, "butthole!"
Should I just stop there?!
I want to, but can't. My mouth just dropped open. I looked at Sophie - then back at Halle - then we all just started cracking up laughing.
I said to Halle (after we got ourselves calmed down), "Halle you are correct, but that's a really yucky word. Don't say that again."
As I was tucking Sophie into bed that night, we were talking about compound words. Sophie said, "I still can't believe Halle said butthole!" Then Sophie and I started laughing hysterically again! I reminded Sophie, "Sophie, that's a really yucky word. Don't repeat that!" :)
Josh came in to see what we were laughing about. We shared our story with him. Josh's response (mouth dropped open), "She's exactly right. What a great example. You have to write about that!"