Saturday, January 24, 2009

A little survey

1) What is something mom always says to you?

Mason: I love you.

Tanner: Thank you.

Gemma: You're a princess.

2) What makes mom happy?

Mason: Doing homework and cleaning up.

Tanner: Giving you stuff that you like.

Gemma: A princess.

3) What makes mom sad?

Mason: Not doing work and homework.

Tanner: Fighting.

Gemma: I'm a princess.

4) What does your mom do to make you laugh?

Mason: I don't know. You've never made me laugh before.

Tanner: Tickle me.

Gemma: Make funny faces.

5) How old is your mom?

Mason: 29.

Tanner: 7.

Gemma: 3 like me.

6) What was your mom like as a child?

Mason: Happy.

Tanner: A girl.

Gemma: A piggy.

7) How tall is your mom?

Mason: About 15.

Tanner: Huge.

Gemma: Big.

8) What is your mom's favorite thing to do?

Mason: Clean. That was just a lucky guess.

Tanner: Play with me.

Gemma: Draw pictures.

9) What does your mom do when you're not around?

Mason: Party and clean.

Tanner: Play with Gemma.

Gemma: A princess.

10) If your mom becomes famous, what will it be for?

Mason: Earning tons and millions of money.

Tanner: Helping Mason do his homework.

Gemma: A princess.

11) What is your mom really good at?

Mason: Helping me do homework.

Tanner: Buying stuff.

Gemma: Snapping pencils. (?????)

12) What is your mom not so good at?

Mason: Hmmm thats a tuff one. You never mess up.

Tanner: Buying beanbags. It's too heavy for me.

Gemma: Nothing.

13) What does your mom do for her job?

Mason: Clean up the house.

Tanner: Cut out papers.

Gemma: Cook food.

14) What is your mom's favorite food?

Mason: Noodles

Tanner: Pandas.

Gemma: Noodles.

15) What makes you proud of your mom?

Mason: You do lots of stuff with me.

Tanner: Playing with me and my toys.

Gemma: Brushing teeth.

16) If your mom were a cartoon character, who would she be?

Mason: Transformer.

Tanner: An angel.

Gemma: A princess.

17) What do you and your mom do together?

Mason: We do too many things. They are all good.

Tanner: Buy cute stuffed animals that are soft.

Gemma: Play.

18) How are you and your mom the same?

Mason: We like the same things.

Tanner: We wear clothes.

Gemma: Girls.

19) How are you and your mom different?

Mason: We don't like the same things.

Tanner: We have different beds.

Gemma: Our eyes.

20) How do you know your mom loves you?

Mason: Because you're my only mom.

Tanner: Because I like you.

Gemma: Because you do.

So what did I learn from doing this?

1. My kids don't like to be asked questions.

2. Even if we never call Gemma a princess again, she will always know that she is one.

3. I need to make Mason laugh more.

4. Homework has become too much of an ordeal in our house.

5. The house should be cleaner than it is. After all cleaning is my favorite thing to do.


Erin Roberts said...

This is great! I couldn't stop laughing at the amounts of times Gemma said "princess" to you. So Cute!

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Heather said...

That is too funny. I am tempted to do this with my kids, but I am afraid of the answers!

Kendra said...

That's hilarious! What cute kids.

Matt & Staci said...

haha! You got some GREAT answers! I'm laughing so hard!

"What is your mom not so good at?" You could have got some crazy answers...but instead they couldn't think of anything! That is impressive!

Since you like cleaning so much, can you come clean my house for me someday:)

YES...Gemma IS a princess!!!