By Kirstie Sutheran
This cute toddler can’t quite get the pronunciation of drink right.
Three-year-old Oliver had been trampoline with his mum and sister and had gotten quite thirsty.
But when the little boy tries really hard to ask for a drink, it just won’t come out right.
His mum, Kirsty Ollerenshaw says that cute Oli has autism and often struggles with pronunciation and with mixing up words.
The thirty-two-year-old teacher said: “We’ve been cracking up every time he says it, but our reaction is usually to correct the pronunciation. He’s trying really hard to say drink.
“He’s been trying to learn it for a couple of weeks now – He still hasn’t learned how to say it.
“He gets quite a few works mixed up actually. Oli is autistic and his language has been slow at getting to this point
“We were jumping on the trampoline and Oli realises he’s thirsty and asks for a biiiiiggggg drink only he pronounces it incorrectly as ‘dick’.”