Interview with a 9 year old. Matthew

What is something I always say to you? Stop saying “Um”.

What makes you happy? Jokes

What makes you sad? When bad things happen. Like when that squirrel died.

How do I make you laugh? Tickling me.

What do you think I was like as a child? Crazy.

How old are you? Nine

How old am I? Uh… It’s like 30-something.  36?

How tall are you? 50?

What is your favorite thing to do? Go on vacation.

What do I do when you’re not around? Cleaning.

What are you really good at? Football.

What are you not really good at? Baseball.

What does the president do? He’s the leader of the city.  No, country.  And he makes laws.

What is your favorite food? Tater tot casserole

What do you and I do together? Make food.

How are we the same? We’re not.

How are you and I different? I like video games and you don’t

How do you know that I love you? I just know you do.  You help me. And you tell us all the time.

What is one thing you wish you could change? Stop people from lying.

What do you wish you could go and do with me? Going and getting LEGOs from the store.

What is your job in our family? Helping the younger kids learn to be good.

What is your favorite room in the house? The livingroom

What is your favorite animal? Cheetah

What has been your worst experience? When Lucas died

What is your favorite color? Orange

What is your favorite number? 25

What is your favorite letter? M


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