After reading about an intelligent two-year-old boy, our readers shared stories of their own genius kids and we took a look at some of their comments.
On Tuesday, Briefly.co.za reported on an intelligent two-year-old, Omphile Tswai, who can read, write and identify geometric shapes with ease.
The story sparked quite the reaction and South Africans were inspired by the Mabopane toddler's intellectual capabilities.
We saw some of our readers shared stories of their own brilliant young kids and we decided to take a look at some of the best comments.
Nathi J Jele commented: "My five-year-old can give you change yamabhiya awu 2 uthenge nge R100....my little ACCOUNTANT bandla I thank God every day ngaye."
Matlhogonolo Raseroka wrote: "My two-year and five-month-old baby can greet, he knows everyone at home and around he reads 1 to 10, Monday to Sunday in both English and Setswana. He knows all the songs they sing at crech ,just like any normal kid in his age."
Ace Gadu said: "My 12 year old son can take a computer box apart and put it back together again."
Marsha Choco Pypers wrote: "My two year old daughter knows technology better than me. It never reaches the newspaper."
Sharon Nelson added: "I had a child in my school would read the newspaper at five .It's was fantastic."
Adam Guztos commented: "My two-year-eight-month-old boy only knows Golf 7 more than any car..& he will spot it at a distance .."
Beauty Mkhumbeni added: "My two-year-old can open you tube and open his kids offline saved videos. My phone belongs to him!"
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