It’s that time again! This month, I’m checking in on the big kids about the holidays.
Each month I will ask my kiddos a handful of questions that the TKBTB hosts provide and then share those answers with us in a link-up post the second Wednesday of each month. Check out last month here!
Simple enough, right? Read on for their answers!
Question 1:// What are 3 things you are thankful for?
Carson: 1980s movies, Minecraft, and Harvey (as a little kid)
Ava: Friends, Arts Supplies, and Family
Jack: Heaven, Family, Roblox
Question 2:// What is your favorite food served at Thanksgiving dinner?
Carson: Turkey Drumsticks
Ava: Aunt Dani’s Brownies
Jack: Green Bean Casserole
Question 3:// If you could be President for a day, what would you do?
Carson: Make it so Hilary and Donald couldn’t be.
Ava: Give everyone trampolines!
Jack: Give everyone freedom.
Question 4:// How many feathers does a turkey have?
Question 5:// Who is your favorite relative to see during the holidays?
Carson: Uncle Mike, Aunt Missy, Ethan and Addie (Mom’s sister and family)
Ava: Aunt Dani, she always has cool apps to play.
Ok so my thoughts on all this? Carson was very clear, that he really is thankful for Harvey since he’s little, but may not be as he gets older. Haha. So true. Poor Harv. Green Bean Casserole is like the single best part of Thanksgiving, I knew that boy was mine. Ava’s funny, she’s really serious, until she’s not then she’s really not. Trampolines? Yep, that may all make us healthier and happier. Maybe she’s onto something… She actually said something else first in her complete and utter silliness then quickly retracted, because she didn’t want it posted. I’ve seen that lots lately, another post of another day, but they’re starting to be very aware of themselves. Also, apparently turkeys are bald in my family, 20-30 feathers sounds like NOTHING!
Anyway, I hope you enjoyed November’s Kids Behind the Blog Q & A. Enjoy your Thanksgiving and remember to check in with your kiddos, it’s pretty funny to see what they come up with! So much going on in those sweet heads of theirs.