I was curious to see how my four year old son would respond to the “21 questions to ask your kids” I came across via Pinterest I asked my children the set of questions separately (my daughter’s responses can be found here). Here is what my son had to say, recorded exactly how he responded.
1. What is something Mummy always says to you?
That’s easy. I love you.
2. What makes Mummy happy?
My funny tricks.
3. What makes Mummy sad?
4. How does Mummy make you laugh?
Funny jokes and tickles.
5. What was Mummy like as a child?
Mmmmmmmm, did you like dolls? (I replied that I did) Mummy liked dolls.
6. How old is Mummy?
7. How tall is Mummy?
“Let me count your kalometres.” My son then stood up, crouched down and counted to ten while moving his arm up from my feet to the top of my head.”You are ten kalometres”.
8. What is Mummy’s favourite thing to do?
9. What does Mummy do when you’re not around?
Try and find me (this made me laugh)
10. If Mummy becomes famous, what will it be for?
11. What is Mummy really good at?
Drawing and Lego.
12. What is Mummy not very good at?
Mmmmmm, Mummy’s good at everything.
13. What does Mummy do for her job?
Writes emails to other ladies.
14. What is Mummy’s favourite food?
15. What makes you proud of Mummy.
16. If Mummy were a cartoon character who would she be?
Mmmmmm, that’s a little bit tricky. I love the Gruffalo, but you’re not like the Gruffalo.
17. What do you and Mummy do together?
Go on dates, read books and paint.
18. How are you and Mummy the same?
We talk the same.
19. How are you and Mummy different?
We do different things sometimes.
20. How do you know Mummy loves you?
You say it.
21. Where is Mummy’s favourite place to go?
The park, beach and birthday parties.
That’s a wrap! If you have already done this with your children, or if you choose to do so, I am really interested to hear how you went and your child/ren’s responses. Leave a comment and let me know.