Hi guys. I'm really stumped on this one as everything I think seems to conflict. I have a scene where a mother is trying to bandage an injury to her daughter's hands. Her son then notices that his sister had blood on her lip. Being a child he thinks she bit herself and voices this with his mother. Unfortunately he can't use the letters "l" and "r". The concern he voices is: "Mom I think Wachew bit hewsewf. Wachew being Rachel and hewsewf being herself. The problem I'm facing is the word hewsewf. It's not an R that a person normally pronounces but it feels like in writing it should be a "w" as had I previously stated that the boy couldn't pronounce either of those letters. I looked at an episode of kids react which had the girl Emma R in it. When she says the word "her" it sounds like "herw". I also watched the audition of Janet Devlin on X-Factor where in Elton John's "Your Song", she says the word "werwd" instead of world. Should I include the letter "r" to express more faithfully the sound or leave it out to express the fact that the character cannot say "r"? Thank you in advance for your help.