Two-and-a-half years ago, two-year old Kaitlyn was playing in the backyard with her father when she noticed that her mobile phone had become a little more active.
“She got excited and started to shout to her dad, ‘Can I have a battery cover?'” she said.
“My dad, a bit shocked, told me to take it off and put it on the fence.”
He said, ‘It’s a toy so don’t put it there.'”‘
She’s the best of us’It’s been more than a year since the girl’s father had given her the battery cover and when he returned home, she was already getting excited again.”
When she got home, her dad put it back on,” Kaitlin said.
He also brought her her favourite snack and stuffed toy, which had been given to her by the babysitter, and then started making her a cake.”
It’s the funniest thing that’s ever happened to me,” Kip said.
She said her daughter was also making her own cake every time she wanted something new.”
I made her a carrot cake last week, which she said was so cute and delicious,” Kips said.’
It feels great’It was only a matter of time before the battery got the same treatment.”
So now she has a new battery covering every time we play together and I have this extra battery covering in the fridge,” Kiyon said.
Kaitlyn said she would have preferred to have a new one, but her father was so supportive.”
Even though it’s just a little bit of a toy, it feels so good,” Kipp said.
Topics:kids,children,childrens-and-$1,welfare,child-abuse,family-and‑children,family,home-and_away,wattara-2300,perth-6000,york-2350First posted November 11, 2018 18:04:11More stories from WA