SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — A photo posted on a social media site showing a day care center questionnaire that was filled out using, ahem, a few creative answers is stirring debate — and hilarity.
‘JesadBellic,’ the user who posted the photo on Reddit, says their friend was asked to describe his toddler on a questionnaire, including strengths, interests and goals.
“When daycare, completely seriously, asks my friend to answer stupid questions on behalf of his 11 month old daughter, it is inevitable that stupid answers is what they’ll receive,” read the caption.
The wity dad lists his daughter’s goals as “To walk, eventually,” and writes that some of her friends are “Not ones that adults can see.”
But not everyone commenting on the photo finds the gag funny. One user says, “Parents don’t generally take these forms seriously enough.”
“As far as goals go, this can be very helpful when dealing with children who have additional needs. Goals may be ‘learning to play with friends’ or ‘learning to use the big toilet’ or ‘practising my words and using my speaking voice’. Strengths can be talking, drawing, early walking and good coordination, general things like that,” says Maeve89.
Here’s the photo (click on image to enlarge).
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