I found this idea on a blog somewhere but for your kid’s birthday, ask them the same questions every year to see how they change. Henry and I came up with seven questions. I waited till Ryan turned five before starting this new tradition because he wouldn’t have understood before this. And the questions, and his answers are:
- Q: What is your favorite food?
- Q: Who is your favorite super hero?
A: Batman and Flash
- Q: What is your favorite show?
A: Rescue Bots, the Dino Ones [actually hasn't aired yet]
- Q: What is your favorite book?
A: Legends of Chima [Lego books]
- Q: What food do you not like to eat?
- Q: What is the most interesting thing about you?
A: my heart beats and makes blood
- Q: What is your favorite song?
A: Frozen [he means "Let It Go"], Pink [he likes "Just Give Me a Reason", totally not age appropriate] and Bruno Mars [he likes "Just the Way You Are"]
And there you have it, the first birthday Q&A with Ryan on his 5th birthday.
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We don’t know what it’s called so we call it the “bear crawl”. Alex originally started crawling and was like a snake, his whole body just slithered everywhere. But now it’s morphed into a crawl where only his hands and feet touch the ground, so his knees and belly are up. It’s the knees up that makes it so unique. Have a look!
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Not sure why but all kids love jumping on the bed. I remember jumping on my parents many many times. My little boys are no exception.
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And here is another parody of “Let It Go”. There was the Pearl Jam one and now one based on being a mom. As a mom with two young boys, I definitely understand this version.
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Really never expected Pearl Jam to cover “Let It Go”, but they did in concert.
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