Thursday, June 11

An Interview With The Boy

I saw this going round a while ago and thought it seemed like fun. You basically question your child without prompting or warning and note down their replies. I'm not sure my three year old son 'A'  -AKA The Boy, understood some of the questions (which is obvious once you read it!) but here we go, my interview with the boy. I would ask the girl (S) too, but at the grand age of ten months I'm pretty sure every answer would sound like I was interviewing some kind of dinosaur, so I will revisit this when she understands more words than Booby and Din dins.





1. What is something mum always says to you?

Love you

2. What makes mum happy?

When I say 'love you Mummy'.

3. What makes mum sad?

When I scratch her with my claws. (Claws? Yes those paws be scratchy.)

4. How does your mum make you laugh?

Saying funny voices in stories. (Scary pants is our favourite).

5. What was your mum like as a child?

Little (clever dick)

6. How old is your mum?

Big (Fat or old - you decide!)

7. How tall is your mum?

Same as me, just little. (Sitting down...)

8. What is her favourite thing to do?

Tickle me

9. What does your mum do when you’re not around?

Sleep (I wish).

10. If your mum becomes famous, what will it be for?

Be big. (A famous fatty? Lord no.)

11. What is your mum really good at?

Tickling

12. What is your mum not very good at?

Lifting me up (bless him!)

14.What is your mum’s favourite food?

Drinks (hic)

15.What makes you proud of your mum?

Cuddling me (Aww!)

16. If your mum were a character, who would she be?

Princess from Zog (Amazing!)

17. What do you and your mum do together?

Kisses (a million a day until he is too embarrassed!)

18. How are you and your mum the same?

Both older. (?)

19. How are you and your mum different?

Don't know. (His Father's kind of answer).

20. How do you know your mum loves you?

Kisses. (Not forgetting I also share both gammon AND cake with you, that's love!).

21. Where is your mums favourite place to go?

The shops. (Guilty! At least he didn't say 'drinks' again)

22. How old was your Mum when you were born?

Really high. (I was not high, lies.)


I will have to find more of these, it was fun!

Thanks for reading,

Wafflemama



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