Today, after school, I interviewed each of my children with a set of 17 questions that I thought would be both thought provoking AND provide some comical answers. I tried to think of questions that my children have never been asked before so that ANY reader, especially a parent, would be easily entertained. I promise there are no questions like, "What's your favorite color? food? or television show? ENJOY!
Why do you like to be a kid?
Because I get to play outside with my friends and I don’t have to go to work.
What’s the hardest thing about being a kid?
Going to school!
Are you a good friend? How do you know?
Yea. Because I let my friends pick what we’re going to do when we play together.
Who is your best friend and why?
It’s a tie between Josh and Gabe. They are my best friends because they are who I would choose to play with when I have free time.
If you were a teacher and the kids in your class would not listen to you, what would you do?
I would smack them in the face or make them sit out for recess. (Geez. What a harsh teacher).
What makes a person pretty or handsome?
What do people do on a date?
The girl’s boyfriend treats them to dinner, they talk, and they might go do something fun, like go bowling.
How do you decide who to marry?
I will decide who to marry based on whether or not they are a Christian.
What makes a marriage successful?
A married couple goes on dates, they flirt with each other, and live together.
What do you think mommy and daddy have in common?
You both love each other and you both work out.
How are mommy and daddy different?
Daddy has straight teeth and some of mommy’s teeth are crooked. (Well at least I have teeth.)
What do you think Heaven is like?
In Heaven there is a lot of gold and you praise God all day long.
If you could ask God for anything, what would it be?
To go back in time so I could see Jesus in person.
Name two things you’d like our family to do this weekend?
Go to California and go mining for gold.
What does daddy do at work?
He figures out where to put the holes in steel.
What does mommy do while you are at school?
Mommy goes to the gym.
If you could make ONE rule that everyone in the world had to follow, what would it be?
My rule would be, there are no rules!
I thought Ty's answers were pretty interesting and somewhat funny!
Tyson is doing remarkable in fourth grade, so far. Fourth grade is definitely a whole other league of it's own, compared to the last four years. I'm learning a lot too!!! He has started learning about his role as Vice President. Tyson's teacher told me the other day he has such an incredible heart and is very kind to his classmates. Huh? We are talking about Tyson Willis Bolling right? Hehe. Ty has had a very tight agenda between school and football. I am thankful that he has a desire to do it all!!! He has been a big hugger lately, very mushy, which is NOT like him. Report cards come out next week. I'm hoping and praying for straight A's. This kid always leaves me proud!! I love you bunny!!!