... So I don’t think this is something that he acquired as a fixed form, but rather appears to be him accurately applying regular past-tense morphology.
Go read the whole post. This particular sentence is very cute, though.
There are dads who are proud of their children for being able to use words and there are dads who are happy to report when a son appears to be accurately applying regular past-tense morphology.
That wins the internet for this week so far as Wenatchee The Hatchet is concerned.