|Anya at the county fair|
This morning, sitting in front of the fireplace, my kiddos and I watched YouTube videos about otters, and then somehow they were asking about eyeballs. Science was not my forte, so my explanation was fairly sketchy. To transition to a safer topic, I began one of those surveys where you ask your kiddos random questions and inwardly chuckle or grimace to yourself at their answers. Some their answers were spot-on, and some were a little humorous. I'll share.
1. What is something I always say to you?
Son: Flat my bed (Make the bed)
Daughter: Tigers (Tae Kwon Do Tiger program)
2. What makes me happy?
Son: When I snuggle with you
Daughter: Obeying and do the right thing
3. What makes me sad?
Son: If you’re super cold
Daughter: Not obeying
4. How do I make you laugh?
Son: Tickle me
5. What was I like as a child?
Son: You like turtles
Daughter: A baby
6. How old am I?
Son: I don’t know
7. How tall am I?
Son: “This big.” (holds his fingers about 5 inches apart)
Daughter: A little bit short
8. What is my favorite thing to do?
Son: Go on a walk
Daughter: Wash dishes
9. What do I do when you’re not around?
Son: You take care of your own self
Daughter: Stay by yourself
10. What am I really good at?
Son: Washing dishes
Daughter: Washing dishes
11. What is something I’m not good at?
Son: Building houses
Daughter: Playing pianos and guitars
12. What do I do for a job?
Son: Pay money
Daughter: Get some wood
13. What is my favorite food?
14. What do you enjoy doing with me?
Son: Help you cook
Daughter: Go to the park
Jayce really does enjoy working in the kitchen, and he's getting pretty good at washing dishes himself. He made a muffin mix almost all by himself, and did a pretty god job! Anya is a little nurturing mama, and I love seeing the compassionate side God gave her.
|Coloring with my baby girl|
|Making muffins and feeling very proud of it|
|We visited an alpaca farm|
|Little man all ready for family pictures|
|Waiting for the muffins to be done|