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Kid Questionnaire

Facebook had this floating around a while back and I thought it'd be fun to play along:

Without ANY prompting, ask your kids these questions. It's a great way to see what they think. Copy and repost with your child's name and age.

McKayla ~ 6 or 7 years old (can't remember exactly how old she was when I "interviewed" her LOL)

  1. What is something I always say to you? Put that on. {Yup, sounds about right haha}
  2. What makes me happy? When I listen. {Yes, yes, YES. Nothing makes mommy happier than when you listen. haha}
  3. What makes me sad? When I don't listen. {Yup}
  4. How do I make you laugh? If I do something funny. {She's quite the comedian; from crazy "dance" moves to things she says, always entertaining us}
  5. What was I like as a child? Your hair was little and you cried and cried. {Seems accurate}
  6. How old am I? 24 {I LOVE this child of mine! ROFL}
  7. How tall am I? 20 {Uh? Don't think she understands how this works}
  8. What is my favorite thing to do? Sit down and relax and play on your phone. {Me thinks I do this a lot. What can I say, it's how I decompress.}
  9. What do I do when you're not around? In car, you look behind to see if I'm there and at home I think you mostly play on phone, watch TV and do chores. {Yup, I'm programmed to check for her in the back seat and it always throws me off when she's not. They all laugh at me for this. TV and chores; sadly yes}
  10. What am I really good at? Making Daddy get mad. {Didn't realize this was an ongoing thing, probably b/c she hears 'Really Woman?!' a lot LOL}
  11. What is something I'm not good at? Sneaking up on Daddy. {Trust me, I've tried, it can't be done.}
  12. What do I do for a job? First you take care of people, watch them and people give you money b/c you're a cashier. {I was working retail for a little bit and was/is in home health care now.}
  13. What is my favorite food? broccoli {Wouldn't call it my 'favorite' but I do like broccoli.}
  14. What do you enjoy doing with me? Playing with you and tickling you and hitting you and punching you. {Sounds like she abuses me haha. She enjoys our "sparing fights"}
This was a pretty fun quiz to see what kids think. If you ask your kids, grand kids, nieces, nephews, cousins, friends kids or just random kids, I'd love to hear what they say! 😊

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