Brotherly Love At It’s Finest

Alex was only six years old, but he had already developed a psychogenic stuttering disorder.

Alex and his three-year-old brother, Tom, went with their mom to a coffee shop every Friday morning, because she was part of a social group for preschool moms.

And every week, she gave Alex three dollars to buy two pieces of shortbread: one for himself and one for Tom.

Only problem was, Alex was never able to muster up the words to order himself the shortbread, and he was too ashamed to tell his mom.

I won’t keep you in suspense. As underdeveloped as Alex’s speech was, Tom’s was overdeveloped. Tom proudly waddled up to the cashier and asked for “two cookies,” one for him and one for his big brother.

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Joseph Smith

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