I always love reading kid’s answers to questions, so I thought I would ask my five year old, Sophia, some and see what she comes up with. I got these questions off of Pinterest and it was uploaded by Nested Blissfully.
What is something I always say to you?
That you love me.
What do I do for a job?
Dishes. (I am a SAHM for those of you that don’t know.. LOL.
What do you enjoy doing with me?
What’s your favorite food?
What is your favorite restaurant?
What is your favorite color?
Where do you want to go?
What does daddy do?
He works. He locks stuff. (He’s a locksmith)
What makes me sad?
Us not listening.
What makes me happy?
When we are good.
What did you do today?
Helped clean up the house.
How old are you?
How old is dad?
How old is mom?
How old is Autumn?
How old is Ellie?
What is your dad’s first name?
Uhh Michael. Like Michael Westen.
What is your mom’s first name?
How strong is your dad?
What is dad’s favorite food?
Spaghetti.. I don’t know.
What is mom’s favorite food?
The stuff we had the other night. (Chicken and dumplings)
How tall is your mom?
You’re at 30.. that’s how tall you are.
How much time does it take to make dinner?
Uhh, 10.. 10 minutes. I clearly don’t know.
What’s the funniest word you know?
Poop. (I sure hope this phase ends soon.. everything is poop.)
Who’s your friend?
If you built a house when you are grown up, what would it look like?
Uhh, it would look like the one that you want.
How many kids are you going to have when you are older?
What is the weather like today?
Umm *looks out the window* it’s cloudy.
Do you like grocery shopping? Why or why not?
Not really, because it is boring.
What do you like to do most?
Play dress up.
How old is grandma/grandpa?
I don’t know how old they are but I’ll guess 55 (grandpa) and 50 (grandma).
What car are you going to drive when you are older?
A purple mustang. (A girl after her momma’s heart)
She got all of our ages spot on. This is something we talk about frequently, so I am not surprised. We use it in school to see which numbers come before and after. For example, I will ask her “How old is ______?” And then I will ask her “How old will they be on their next birthday?” Or “How old were they on their last birthday?”
I think this is something I will revisit often to see how her answers change as she gets older. I love seeing how things like this change as they become more aware of things and grow more into who they are.
I hope that you enjoyed this little interview. It has been about 3 weeks since I have posted a blog and it has just been hectic. I am trying to adjust to a new school routine for both me and the girls. The college that I am going to now is set up differently with their assignments and due dates, so that is something that I have had to adjust to. Hopefully it won’t be 3 more weeks before you hear from me again! I am hoping to sit down this weekend and get some stuff figured out as far as what is going to be uploaded in the weeks to come.
As always, thank you for reading and spending time in my corner of the internet! Let me know what you would like to see here on Our Chaotic Mess.
2 thoughts on “An Interview With My 5 Year Old”
This is such a cute idea of a post, and so interesting to read!
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I love reading these types of posts! Normally I see them on Facebook but I couldn’t pass up a cute post for the blog. Thanks for reading!
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