For our spelling lesson, I was reviewing with the girls when to use "k" and when to use "ck" at the end of a word. The rule is that "ck" comes only directly after a short vowel.
Primus was being silly and decided to should out various "short vowel-ck" words.
"Stick! Sick! Truck! Duck! F*ck!"
Then she stopped, giggled at herself, and declared "Oops! That's not a word!"
Can she please just remain this innocent forever?