Ask the Kids #1

boy-1298788_1280As part of National Adoption Week I asked for contributions in the form of a list of questions and answers supplied by our children on the subject of us – their parents.

Having received quite a few sets of these answers, some parents have chosen to omit certain questions in order to keep the responses within safe boundaries; and others have run with every single one of them and each and every contribution has been so gratefully received.

If you’d like to contribute, please feel free to play around with the format and customise it to suit your own family and forward your answers to me.

Finally, for those who are interested in these things, the questions were first created and asked by a divorced mother of two who was subsequently published in the Huffington Post. Here she shares her reflections on the exercise..

“Their responses brought such a smile to my face and really touched me. After we finished, I had one of those “light bulb” parenting moments…  It was a great way to see how they view me and the world and on a more serious note, I learned a few things from our conversation.” 

Here’s our first set of answers.

1. What is something I always say to you?

I love you

2. What colour are my eyes?

Blue (they are brown!)

3. What makes me happy?

Me

4. What makes me sad?

Hitting

5. What is my hair like?

Light

6. How do I make you laugh?

Telling Jokes

7. What do you think I was like as a child?

Just like me

8. How old am I?

42

9. How tall am I?

As tall as a tower

10.What is my favourite thing to do?

Spending time with me and drinking coffee

11. What do I do when you’re not around?

Drink coffee all day

12. What am I really good at?

Fixing Things

13. What is something I’m not good at?

You can’t build Lego

14. What do I do for a job?

Tidy up…..oh and look after me…Oh yes mummy! sometimes you sit on an adoption panel and make forever families just like ours!

15. What is my favorite food?

Salad

16. What do you enjoy doing with me?

Playing and face timing daddy when he’s at work.

 

 

Advertisements

It's your turn. What do you think? Does this resonate with you? Leave a comment and tell us why.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s