DW: At least my kids will never be smarter than me. Oh wait, they already are...dagnabit!
How many languages can you use to count to 100? Teddy Hobbs can do it in seven different languages at only four years old. His mother Beth says he taught himself to read when he was 26 months old “by watching children’s television and copying the sounds of letters.”
His parents took him to an educational psychologist and had his IQ tested at three years and seven months old, and he scored 139, which was more than enough to qualify him for Mensa membership. Teddy wants a career in medicine.
Source: New York Post