Melanie Dadson, 28, was given the handwritten card by son Harrison very recently. Little boy, from Northfleet, Kent, spelled 'cute' wrong and hilariously wrote the swear word instead!
Numerous mothers were honored on Sunday with flowers, roast dinners and kind messages scribbled onto cards as Mother's Day hit the UK. Be that as it may, a mother-of-three was left absolutely stunned after her five-year-old child called her a c*** in a hand-made card he'd insightfully created for her on the occasion.
Melanie Dadson, 28, from Northfleet, Kent, said she spat out her espresso subsequent to perusing the obscene blunder - which her child Harrison asserted was intended to state 'cute'. The adolescent gladly displayed his potty-mouthed card to Melanie on Mothering Sunday - leaving her and accomplice James Dadson, 30, in stitches!
Melanie stated, "I was really shocked. I actually spat out my coffee when he presented it to me, but then we had a laugh about it. He did start reading it out to me and got to that word and said, 'oh I think it says cute, but I think I might have spelled it wrong' I said, 'possibly, yes. I really hope it was meant to say cute.'"
"He'd made it at school in the week, but I'm not sure they vetted all of the cards before they were sent home," she added. Melanie further said she thought the card was 'lovely' and was proud of her young child for composing a large portion of the words correctly in the card.
She said, "It was actually lovely because his handwriting is really good. I was proud of him because we've been working on it, and he spelled 'because' correctly. Harrison was a bit upset that I was laughing at his card, but I explained it was because I was really happy."
The card, which had two peas in a pod on the front, read inside: "I luv my mum because she is c***. I luv my mum because she is byotiful. I luv my mum because she is pritey. I luv my mum because she is luvey," Full-time mother Melanie, who is anticipating her fourth kid in September, said Harrison doesn't have a clue what the word actually means.
Melanie said, "He wouldn't have heard it anywhere or known what it means. I didn't draw attention to the fact it was a naughty word. He accepted that he'd spelled it wrong, and what it was supposed to be, so I didn't see the point in introducing him to the real meaning."
"I shared it with my friends and mum and they thought it was great. It's definitely one for the mantelpiece," she concluded. However, we think that it's the thought that counts at the end of the day, even if the thought is misspelled horribly wrong! After all, what's love if not adorably imperfect?