Children may not understand their parent’s work at all times, but that doesn’t stop this 8-year-old child to review her father’s bound thesis. While the child was so amazed by her father’s works, she decided to give it a try and by beautifully putting the thoughts together in words and decorating the letter with emojis.
Uploaded by the child’s father, Adam Phillippy, the viral post was retweeted 9.3k times. The post reads- My 8yo came across my bound thesis in the basement, “read” it and spontaneously wrote me this note. I will now be listing her as a suggested reviewer for all my manuscript submissions.
While the twitter is going aww over the heart-melting post by the child, here is what the review by the little girl says –
“I was very amazed by your work. It surprised me that it took you four whole years to write that thesis. I am sure it took a lot of hard work. I found out lots of things about genome sequence. I also like learning about what you studied and were interested in. A lot of things made me say ‘awesome’,” read the review by the little girl.
My 8yo came across my bound thesis in the basement, “read” it, and spontaneously wrote me this note. I will now be listing her as a suggested reviewer for all my manuscript submissions. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/ZnKvThzxfC
— Adam Phillippy (@aphillippy) April 26, 2019
A glimpse of how Twitteratis reacted on this viral post-
This is like the cutest thing ever! You daughter is precious!
— like the continent (@asiahamina) April 26, 2019
That’s sweet. Also love the handwritten emojis
— Michael Schatz (@mike_schatz) April 26, 2019
Very sweet. Love how she identified herself as “your younger daughter “….in case you weren’t sure who she was.
— QQᴾᵘᶠᶠˢ (@qqpuffs) April 26, 2019
Love the A+ 😂
— Sehnazxa (@Sehnazxa) April 27, 2019
Frame this. And wow ! Hats@off@tonyour parenting skills! Her handwriting is better than mine!
— Jonathan Jacobs (@bioinformer) April 26, 2019
I see a new business model here. I would also pay for a handwritten positive review of my dissertation. 😅
— Melanie Sage 💻👨👧👦 (@melaniesage) April 27, 2019