Miss P will be 4 in 4 mths! How is that even possible!?
I feel like it was only last year that I was sharing my weekly pregnancy updates with you guys and now she is going to be 4!
She has definitely been in her “threenager” stage lately and I must say I am anxious for her to get over it but she is fun and has a sweet side.
I saw these questions floating around on FB when some of my friends were posting them in their statuses and I thought it would be fun to ask Miss P them as well. We had a mommy/daughter day last Thursday to celebrate her accomplishment of finally conquering the whole pooping in the potty situation and thought this would be the perfect time to sit down and ask her so I did just that after dinner that night.
And since it was so fun and cute to do, I wanted to share the questions with you so you could sit down with your kids as well.
Miss P, 3 1/2 yrs.
1. What is something I always say to you?
“I love you”
2. What makes me happy?
3. What makes me sad?
“not having friends”
4. How do I make you laugh?
“when you burp” (lol and it is true!)
5. What was I like as a child?
“You were tiny and nice”
6. How old am I?
“20” ( I’ll take it!)
7. How tall am I?
8. What is my favorite thing to do?
“projects” (she knows me well!)
9. What do I do when you’re not around?
“stuff for me”
10. What am I really good at?
“projects” (glad she thinks so!)
11. What is something I’m not good at?
“I don’t know”
12. What do I do for a job?
“projects” (I am seeing a theme but she is right! lol)
13. What is my favorite food?
“bagels” (they are a favorite breakfast item for sure!)
14. What do you enjoy doing with me?
Without ANY prompting, ask your kids these questions. It’s a great
way to see what they think.
I actually ran across a longer version on Joy in My Kitchen
with 23 questions that I think would be nice to ask little bit older children.
I sure hope you ask your kiddos these questions! It really is a lot of fun to see what they think.
I was actually quite relieved at how Miss P answered because I thought she would for sure say that I say “no” to her all the time or “be nice” or something to that extent. And since I feel like I am yelling more than usual I thought something about that would have been an answer so I am thrilled that wasn’t the first route she turned! 🙂
Just shows you never know what your kids will say and that they do pay attention to something, just not when you actually want them too! lol