Saturday, May 9, 2009

Mother's Day Interview

Every mother likes something from her little ones on Mother's Day, but often dads are at a loss for what to do.  Here is a simple idea that can be turned into a sweet keepsake for Mom.

Someone (preferably other than Mom) asks the kids questions about Mom and records the answers.  It can be turned into a card, or just left as a sheet of paper to go in the scrapbook or baby book.  Depending on how little your child is, the answers might not make too much sense, but that's part of what makes it special!

*Disclosure:  I borrowed these questions from a Facebook note going around.
Here are some questions to get you started:

Mother’s Day Interview

1.           What is something Mommy always says?

2.         What makes Mommy happy?

3.         What makes Mommy sad?

4.         What does Mommy do that’s funny?

5.         What was Mommy like as a little girl?

6.         How old is Mommy?

7.         What is Mommy’s favorite thing to do?

8.          What is your favorite thing to do?

9.         What does Mommy do when you’re not around?

10.     What is Mommy really good at?

11.        What is Mommy not very good at?

12.      What does Mommy like to eat?

13.      What makes Mommy proud of you?

14.      What do you and Mommy do together?

15.      What does Mommy like best about Daddy?

16.      Where is Mommy’s favorite place to go?

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