ALERT: Jackspeak

Last week was "Family Connection Week" at Jack's elementary school, a week dedicated to encouraging students and their families to spend more time together. One suggestion was for students to ask a person in their family ten questions about themselves. I was the lucky person in the family that Jack decided to interview.

After the first question–"What's for dinner?"–received gentle redirection, Jack came up with the following questions for me. I didn't think it was important to include my answers. They sort of paled in comparison to the questions.

1. What is your favorite animal in the water?

2. What is your favorite height?

3. What is your favorite stuffed animal that is not a bear or a dog or a bunny, and is not pink?

4. What is your favorite thing to get for Christmas? Oh wait, I know what that one is for you. A hug.

5. What's your favorite kind of hairstyle–goth, or beautiful, or weird, or crazy?

6. What is the prettiest thing you've ever seen before?

7. What is your favorite kind of flying bird in the water?

8. What is your favorite food, that you haven't told me was your favorite food before?

9. Who is your favorite person? Not including you.

10. What is your favorite planet? Is it Earth?

Yes, Jacky. Today, it's Earth.

3 thoughts on “ALERT: Jackspeak”

  1. Ha ha, very funny, #9. But it is very telling that he felt the need
    to add that on the end of the question… hmm. Maybe you are on to
    something there. Question #2 is what stumped me. I really, really
    had a hard time deciding what my favorite height was.


  2. I bet #9 was hard to answer. HA! What creative questions. I loved that he tried to start with “What’s for dinner?”
    I miss this kid.


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