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11-month-old`s father completes epic daycare questionnaire

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CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -

Most parents would agree that the more a childcare provider knows about their charges, the better the quality of care. Daycare questionnaires are pretty standard these days.

But there is nothing typical about the answers one father wrote about his 11-month-old daughter, Emma. In fact, his answers may be one of the most honest this daycare has ever seen – and one of the funniest.

A Reddit user posted a photo of the questionnaire, and it has gone viral. It looks pretty standard, until you zoom in on some of the responses.

When asked about Emma's strengths, he says they include "slapstick comedy, playing one parent against the other and rapid digestion." Her interests include "long yells on the beach, firmly gripping the dog's hair, exploring parents' noses with fingers, and dawn - every single morning - without fail."

This little one has lofty goals too. Apart from "a Ph.D in theoretical physical cosmology," Emma's aims include "unplugging all power cords, overcoming her fear of water on her head and inflicting sleep deprivation on her parents."

Looks like someone has way too much fun filling out this form – to the benefit of the interwebs.

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