My friend Stephanie at Classic Cuties has a tradition that I love. She interviews her children annually, asking the same question. I've wanted to do it before, but Riley was too young. No longer--he's full of opinions these days and always has something to say. Here's our First Annual Mommy Interview! (March 13, 2010)
Q: What is something your Mommy always says to you?
A: I love you.
Q: What makes Mommy happy?
A: When I be nice.
Q: What makes Mommy sad?
A: If I don't be nice.
Q: How does your Mommy make you laugh?
A: Make a funny face.
Q: What was your Mommy like as a child?
A: She liked Play Doh like I did!
Q: How old is your Mommy?
Q: How tall is your Mommy?
A: Really, really, really tall
Q: What is her favorite thing to do?
Q: What does your Mommy do when you're not around?
A: Feed Kace
Q: If your Mommy becomes famous, what will it be for?
A: For helping me clean up.
Q: What is your Mommy really good at?
Q: What is your Mommy not so good at?
A: Big puzzles, like hard puzzles, the one with the longhorn, okay?
Q: What does your Mommy do for her job?
A: Go to school, a teacher
Q: What is your Mommy's favorite soup?
Q: What makes you proud of your Mommy?
A: When you be nice to me
Q: If she were a cartoon character, who would Mommy be?
A: The Pink Panther
Q: What do you and your Mommy do together?
A: Sing songs, play together, put puzzles together, go to the kite festival, tell stories, read books, and scratch my back
Q: How are you and your Mommy the same?
A: We watch movies.
Q: How are you and your Mommy different?
A: You're a grown up and I'm a kid.
Q: How do you know your Mommy loves you?
A: Because she's a sweet Mommy. She does funny stuff and puzzles.
Q: Where is your Mommy's favorite place to go?
A: To the kite festival