Monday, February 27, 2012

Libby: The Interview

Have you ever interviewed your child?

For whatever random reason, Saturday morning Libby and I were sitting around indulging in lots of nothingness, when the idea of an interview with my seven-year-old came out of nowhere.

So, we sat down and the questioning commenced.

And now, dear Blogging friends, is your chance to get to know the Libster a little bit better.

If you could only watch one movie from now until the end of time, what movie would you watch?

The Princess and the Pony

What's one thing you'd really like to learn how to do?

Shimmy (as is in shake your shoulders...she has to do this in her dance recital in May and is terrified she's going to mess it up. Poor child and her no shimmy skills; let's just say, she get it from her momma.)

What book character is your favorite?

Opal from Because of Winn-Dixie

What's your favorite thing about God?

He's really sweet.

What's your dream job?

a fashion designer

Where do you want to live when you grow up?

in a big house in Alabama
(Her best friend lives in Alabama, so this is not as out of the blue as it may seem.)

What's your favorite thing Mom cooks?

whoopie pies

Which of your birthday parties has been your favorite?

It's a tie between my painting party and my cake party.

What is your favorite thing about our family?

that I have a sister

What is the most important thing for a friend to be?

She has to love God. 

What is the best advice you could give to an incoming first-grader?

Don't bring toys to school or you'll get in trouble.

What's your favorite thing about Hollyn?

She's really sweet.

What's the most annoying thing your Mom does?

Interview me.

And there you have it folks.
This is me, the annoying interview mom, saying I hope your Monday is the best Monday ever and that it's filled with lots of hugs, happy thoughts, and ear-to-ear grins for all involved.
Mine will be filled with reuniting with college friends, froyo, and hopefully some Chick-fil-a. which means my week is off to one heck of a good start.

1 comment:

  1. She is the cutest thing ever! Such a great idea to interview your kids...I am going to have to do this one day! :)


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