Thursday, August 27, 2015

A 3 Year Old Interview: Zoe

When B turned 3 a few years ago I began asking him the series of questions below.  It has been a joy to read through his answers each year, so I am continuing the trend completing Zoe's first birthday interview.
  1. Favorite Color: Pink and Purple
  2. Favorite Toy:  My "Doc" doctor stuff
  3. Favorite Fruit:  Peach
  4. Favorite TV Show or Movie:  Paw Patrol
  5. Favorite thing to eat for lunch:  Turkey
  6. Favorite Game: Spot It (she watches her brother play)
  7. Favorite Snack:  Rabbit Crackers (like Goldfish)
  8. Favorite Animal:  Cat
  9. Favorite song:  Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
  10. Favorite book: What Makes A Rainbow?
  11. Who is your best friend: Amelia
  12. Favorite thing to do outside: Play with bubbles
  13. Favorite Drink: Milk
  14. What do you like to take to bed with you at night?  Pooh Bear
  15. Favorite thing to eat for breakfast:  Cereal 
  16. What do you want for dinner on your birthday?  Mac n' Cheese
  17. What do you want to be when you grow up?  Halloween (???)
  18. Imagine you can become invisible, what would you do?  Hide
  19. I am very proud because boo boo.
  20. I am afraid to fly, because I can't fly like this (said while flapping her arms).
  21. Name one thing you do really well?  Jump
  22. Describe what it means to be a good friend?  Kyrie (her cousin)
  23. Favorite time of day?  When we eat dinner
  24. Describe your best day ever? Eating dinner (???)
  25. Describe your favorite hobby: play with Minnie
  26. Climbing is up the stairs.
  27. I wish there were a law that said boo.
  28. What makes you feel sad?  Somebody making me sad
  29. What makes you feel happy?  Somebody making me feel happy
  30. Pretend you can fly.  Where would you go?  Outside
  31. Where do you want to go on vacation?  Ntucky (aka. Kentucky)
  32. If you could choose a different name what would you choose?  Boobah
  33. What is your favorite thing to do with mom and dad?  Build Legos
  34. What would you say about Jesus?  Him made me.

1 comment:

Bobbi Jo Supak said...

Love this! I am going to ask my kids the same questions to document!