Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Fourth Birthday Interview With Coo

Coo, our little sweetpea, is four!  Her birthday interview this year was so much fun to do.  We had finished our Flower Fairies birthday tea, shared with family and friends, and she'd had her face painted by her "sister Hannah".  It was time to retire upstairs and read her "new" [used from Amazon] Jamela books and put on her "new" nightgown. [created from an old duvet cover, dyed and sewed up by me late one night last week] When she was feeling tired and cuddling her feelie blanket, we tried to do her birthday interview but she was just too exhausted!  It had to wait until this morning, after her rather late breakfast of leftover strawberry shortcake and rice milk.

What things would you like to do when you are big like Mummy?
be a ballet dancer

What do you love the most?
pretty dresses [and, I can safely add, her mama's shoes]

Which books are your favourites? 
books about Jamela

What are your favourite colours? 
rainbows  [the only colour she says is not her favourite is white, because "it's an erased thing"]

Who are some of your favourite people?
Mr J, James, Hannah, other Hannah, Catherine, Charlotte, Lizzie, Curt, everybody.

What do you like to eat?
Biscuits, rice, the ice cream we had last night [recipe here --the strawberry banana one], cucumber, cheese.

What makes you happy? 
Chocolate and sweets

What makes you sad?
When I get hurt

What's your favourite thing to do with Righty?
have a tea party

What's your favourite thing to do with Lefty?
jump on the trampoline

What's your favourite thing to do with Mr J?
play his Lord of the Rings figures with him

What's your favourite thing to do with Daddy?
I like to count with him and go to Costa Coffee

What's your favourite thing to do with me?
read stories with you and help you make juice with Oscar

Do you have a favourite toy?
I have loads.  My wooden fairy with her chariot pull-toy, and my paper dolls.

Where is your favourite place?
This house

The birthday interviews that I do with our kids are an idea from Lauren, who blogs at Sparkling Adventures.

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