This year I started the tradition of interviewing the girls at the beginning of each school year. It’s a fun experience for sure and I know their words will bring back favorite memories in the future. See Madelyn’s interview here.
And now, Julia at age 3…
Be warned: I wrote some of Julia’s words in the way that she pronounces them. This may be annoying to read so sorry for that – but I want to look back at this and remember the way that she used her words at age 3. You may not understand the verbage (so sorry!) but it’s true-to-life.
Favorite color: blue
Favorite foods: Peanut ‘Butta’ Sandwich, Maca-woah-ni and cheese
Favorite person: You! (I wonder what she would say if Dada asked her the question)
Other favorite people: Ahh-livia and May-may and Thomas
Favorite thing to do: Hug my mama!!
Favorite thing to wear: My costume that has ‘sprinkle’s on it (pretty sure she means sparkles)
Favorite Friend: Woah-wick (R0rek)…I love Woah-wick! And Ahh-livia but she’s my cousin too.
Favorite toy: Donald
Favorite thing to do with Mama: play with mama and fly!
Favorite thing to do with Dada: play stinkerhorsey and dinosaurs
Favorite thing to do with May-may: Play May-may’s com-pew-ta games
Favorite thing to do with Tommy: Play and make him laugh
Favorite movie: RIO!
Favorite place to visit: my home
Favorite book: Dinosaurs happy and Dinosaurs sad (a board book by Sandra Boynton) and Brown Bear – both books that she recites by memory
Favorite trip: Mala-ca-merica-ma (Mall of America) and Target.
Favorite day: Disneyland
Favorite doll: Ah-bewy Ortcake (Strawberry Shortcake) and Dora
Worst day ever: When I was sad because we didn’t have a band-aid
Something that makes you happy: Mama!
What I’m most thankful for: I’m thankful for You! (pretty sure it’s all because I’m asking the question)
My favorite drink: Juice…I’m going to get something to drink (and she’s off)…
So I follow her into the kitchen and ask another question….
‘I’m done now! I’m done!’
And when she’s done, she’s done.
Off to play May-may’s com-pew-ta games…
I’m hoping to continue with a few more questions later. At this age, it’s a good idea to do a little at a time.
Have you done an annual interview with your kiddos? Any favorite questions? I’d love to know!