This morning I interviewed both my daughters, asking them questions about their favorite things to do, favorite books, etc, as well as what they wanted to do this summer.
Here is Daphne’s interview ::
JEAN: How high can you count, Daphne?
DAPHNE: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7….39, 30. 30!
JEAN: What’s your favorite part about preschool?
DAPHNE: That I can go outside.
JEAN: What do you like to do outside?
DAPHNE: Have lunch outside. And play. And ride bikes. And the climbing wall. And play with my friends. Like jungle princesses.
JEAN: What are your favorite games?
DAPHNE: Sleeping Queens
Tic Tac Toe
And making up stories at Emily’s. She has a make-up story game.
JEAN: What are your favorite books to read?
DAPHNE: Goldilocks and the Three Bears
All the Elephant and Piggie books
JEAN: What are your favorite movies?
I like all of the movies except for the ones I didn’t watch.
JEAN: What would you like to do this summer?
DAPHNE: Go to the beach!
JEAN: What’s your favorite thing about your sister?
DAPHNE: That she does funny things! (giggles)
JEAN: What else?
DAPHNE: Nothing else.
JEAN: What’s your favorite thing about Daddy?
DAPHNE: That he shampoos me on the salon chair. [as in, he's the salon chair]
JEAN: What’s your favorite thing about me?
DAPHNE: That you make things and let me watch movies and that I can wear what I want.
JEAN: What’s your favorite thing about yourself?
DAPHNE: I just like everything about me.
And that’s it folks. The end of the interview! Tomorrow, perhaps I will share Maia’s interview (pending her permission).
Do you interview your kids periodically? I love seeing how my children’s answers change over time. However, I’m feeling a little stuck for questions. I think my “what’s your favorite” questions are okay but almost as bad as yes or no questions. Any ideas for more thought-provoking questions for the next interview round?
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