Fun Questions to ask Kids

I am the mother of a 12-year-old. Lord help me. No, seriously. Help me.

I was just telling hubby the other day how Alexandra hasn’t had a melt-down in awhile. It’s been all Parker, who is 7.

I spoke too soon. As always. When I was 12 did my mood swings make my Mom’s head spin too?

Alex CollageIn a brief moment that she was in a easy-going mood, she answered this little questionnaire about being 12:

  1. What is your favorite TV show? Dance Moms and Big Bang Theory
  2. If you could change your name, what would it be? Michelle (it’s an inside family joke)
  3. If you could choose a superpower, what would it be? “Oh…Reading people’s minds! Really!”
  4. Clowns are funny or scary? Dumb!
  5. What’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever eaten? Probably something you (Mom) have made.
  6. Favorite snack? Hot Cheetos
  7. What do you want to be when you grow up? Something that makes a lot of money…
  8. What is your favorite ice cream? Cookie Dough or Cookies and Cream
  9. Would you rather live in Paris or Hawaii? Hawaii
  10. Would you rather have a country named after your or money? “That depends. Is it a country people would want to visit?”
  11. What qualities make a good friend? Honesty and caring
  12. Do you have a nickname? Alligator
  13. What would you do if you could be invisible for a day? “I would trick people…I’d find a basketball game somewhere and steal the ball! That would be so cool.”
  14. What’s your favorite movie? Hunger Games
  15. Would you rather be a centaur or a mermaid? Centaur
  16. What animal would you love to have as a pet? A monkey!
  17. Something random about you at 12: I had a reaction to shrimp when I was two and now I won’t tough the stuff!

***This questionnaire is a fun way to document your child’s life at each stage. It will be fun to look back on when they get older.

She didn’t want a birthday party this year. She just wanted a room makeover. She thinks I will spend more money on her if she doesn’t have a party. Silly, silly girl. She doesn’t know her mother very well.

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