Interviews with the littles

I found this on pinterest, and I love this kind of thing so I tried it with both of my girls.

Lets Start with Thea:

What is your name? Thea Coobs

How old are you? Two

What is your favorite color? Purple

Favorite Animal? Pigs

What do you want to be when you are grown up? I don’t know (Me either kid!)

What is your favorite Movie? Jake and the Neverland Pirates

Favorite Book? Curious George

What makes you happy? Having a drink

What makes you sad? Having my cup taken away

Favorite food to eat? Noodles

Favorite Song to sing? ABCs

What games do you like to play? (after some coaching) I Spy with My Little Eye

And now for Miss Leila:

What is your name? Leila Brianne Coobs

How old are you? Five

What is your favorite color? Purple

Favorite Animal? Cats

What do you want to be when you are grown up? A Mom and a Teacher

What is your favorite Movie? Rio

Favorite Book?  Dirty and Wet Dogs,  The Storytelling Princess

What makes you happy? Spending time with my family

What makes you sad? When someone won’t let me play with them or pushes me down

Favorite food to eat? Ice Cream

Favorite Song to sing? Twinkle Twinkle Traffic Light

What games do you like to play? Uno and Soccer

I left off the question about “Who is your best friend?”  for a reason.  Mostly because I didn’t want to hear Leila’s answer.  I asked her the other day who she plays with at school and her answer was that So and so and So and so are Best friends, and Other girl and her neighbor are best friends and I don’t have a best friend!   Really, I am not worried about her having friends.  Cassie sees her interacting with other kids all the time and she is kind of a queen bee and doesn’t seem to care who wants to play with her and is perfectly happy doing her own thing if the other kids aren’t doing something that she wants to participate in.  I am taking the focus off of who her friends are, and encouraging her to do the things that she wants to do, and letting the friendship issue work itself out.

 

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One Response to Interviews with the littles

  1. Jaclyn says:

    LOVE this! I interview my girls each year and love to see what changes and stays the same.

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