Tuesday, November 18, 2008

The Kid speaks....

I got this idea from Nicole's blog and just copied her questions right here onto my blog. Today, I sat down with The Middle and asked her the questions. The following are her direct quotes.

What is something Mama always says to you?

You're a goober!

What makes Mama happy?

When I give you a love pat. And when I listen and obey.

What makes Mama sad?

When I break my stuff.

How does Mama make you laugh?

When God mows the lawn.... (Remember this story?)

What was Mama like as a child?

She liked toys, just like my toys.

How old is Mama?


How tall is Mama?

Really taller than me. Can I eat come cheezy crackers now?

What is Mama's favorite thing to do?

Play with the baby. And bounce around. And drink coffee. You drink buckets of it. I will share these cheezy crackers with you if you want some.....

What does Mama do when you're not around?

I don't know? Wait for me to get back?

If Mama becomes famous, what will it be for?

Telling funny stories.

What is Mama really good at doing?

You are good at playing games with me. And you are pretty good at making the baby stop crying.

What is Mama not very good at doing?

(tilts head to one side, looking confused) I thought you knew how to do everything?

What is Mama's job?

Cleaning up. Drinking coffee. I don't know, read me stories and be my teacher, too!

What's Mama's favorite food?

Spinach. Snakes? (okay, this made me really laugh!)

What makes you proud of Mama?

When you make good choices.

If Mama were a cartoon character, who would she be?

You would be a pirate. Or in a Barbie Movie. Rapunzel, probably would be the best for you. But your hair is short right now, so you would have to wear a wig or something.

What do you and Mama do together?

We glue stuff, like when we made that picture frame for your birthday.

How are you and Mama the same?

When I grow up, I will BE the same as you.

How are you and Mom different?

I am different...I am (enter her name) and you are Mama. God made us differently. (Whoa, deep thoughts here.)

How do you know Mom loves you?

When you give me love pats. And kisses. And when we pray together at night.


astzt1027 said...

Oh my goodness. That is fantastic. I love the all the references to coffee. I also think you have a wonderfully trained child who says that you can do everything. *grin*

Jenny said...

I also have them trained to say IN ADDITION TO "thank you", they also say "You're the best Mama ever!"

Princess Of Pink said...

Oh Jenny, how sweet! You have such cute sweet kiddies.
Gotta love them.
Bet you are SO proud of them too.

Hugs from Marian