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Ask Your Kids 15 Questions About You

1.  What is something I always say?
-Teamwork makes the dream work
-heyyyy girlies!

2.  What makes me happy?
-People... Dad, me, Autumn, Soph, Grammy, Lenore... I could go on forever
-When the dogs aren't barking and pajamas
-Music

3.  What makes me sad?
-When the dogs eat your slippers
-When the dogs are barking and when dad farts

4.  What do I do that makes you laugh?
-When you told dad that his fart smelled like burnt ketchup and eggs

5.  What was I like as a kid?
-Like Sophia
-A mermaid

6.  How old am I?
-33
-19
-0

7.  How tall am I?
-500 and 90-10 feet
-4 feet
-5 feet

8.  What do I like to do?
-Make crafts
-You like to do activities like this
-Travel

9.  What do I do when I'm not with you?
-Sleep
-You and dad stay up all night watching TV like Spongebob and eating ice cream and wondering what I'm going to be like when I grow up
-Play Smash Bros all day

10.  What am I good at?
-Making art, reading books, and telling dad to pull up his pants
-Making people smile and cooking
-At being awesome

11.  What am I not good at?
-Falling in puddles
-Farting
-Destroying things

12.  What is my job?
-TEACHER!

13. What is my favorite food?
-Potatoes and Candy
-Hawaiian Pizza

14. What's your favorite thing to do with me?
-Make crafts, have fun, celebrate holidays
-Go to Disney World, everything we do together... life is my favorite thing to do with you
-Watch movies, go on trips, bake

15.  If I was a cartoon character, who would I be?
-Minnie Mouse
-Belle, Thumper
-Princess Leia

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  1. Lol! This would be great to try with my son! (Kimberley Jansen on fb)

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