Friday, May 16, 2014
Mother's Day Interview
Vic sat down with pen and paper (while I napped the afternoon away) and had a little "Mother's Day" interview with my Peter boy. It went exactly as follows:
-What is something that mommy always says to you?
Her says, "a good example."
-What makes mommy happy?
Her loves singing. Maybe we can sing for her.
-What makes mommy sad?
When I'm mad
-How does mommy make you laugh?
From tickling me and squeezing my tummy
-What was mommy like when she was a little girl?
I don't know. I think her liked her necklace that I found. (I still have my plastic charm necklace from Claire's)
-How old is mommy?
I don't know
-What's mommy's favorite thing to do?
Wow. That's a lot of words. How did you learn to write?
-I practiced and went to school
I wish you went to juggling school
-What does mommy do when you're not around?
Her changes Zoë's diaper
-If mommy becomes famous, what will it be for?
I don't know. Maybe her can be a rockstar.
-What is mommy not very good at?
I want this question to be done so we can play checkers.
-What does mommy do for her job?
Her goes where we went for Tarzan. (The Hale Centre Theatre)
-What makes you proud of mommy?
-If mommy was a cartoon character, who would she be?
I think maybe the unicorn who flys.
-How are you and mommy the same?
Taps his lips--maybe because we don't lose
-How are you and mommy different?
The thing what mommy has when Zoë was born and there was milk in there.
-How do you know mommy loves you?
Because when I do good stuff, her loves me. I already know.
-Where's mommy's favorite place to go?
I love this so much.
at May 16, 2014
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