I've been meaning to post about this, but I keep forgetting (second child syndrome!!). Maggie's reading is coming along great. She carefully sounds out words and can read pretty much any Kindergarten-level book.
Well, the other night she was reading "Ten Little Ladybugs" to me and Nina before bed, and she was doing a fantastic job. When she got to "Three little ladybugs, drinking up dew..." she struggled with three (the th is still tricky). She said, "tuh-huh," and I helped her sound out "three."
And she said, "THWEE? TH-THWEE? My whole life I thought it was FWEE and it's THWEE? What the heck!!"
AAGGHH!! So cute!! My whole life I thought it was fwee but it's thwee! I hate when I have those life-long misconceptions too. I know your pain, Maggie!