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Questions & Answers a Day for Kids Book

Evan and I talk all the time. Actually, he talks non-stop. Often my portion of the conversation mostly involves “Uh huh”, “Yep”, “Really?” I think that my part rarely even registers and he just plows on. Unfortunately these kind of conversations rarely stick in my memory for 5 minutes much less for 5 years.

When I was out shopping for Christmas, I found this book at the book store:

I can't wait to get started with this with Evan! I *may* have bought his for myself. #hourlyphoto

Every day there is a question to ask your child. You ask the same questions over the course of 3 years and write the answers in the space provided. I can’t wait to see how his answers change over time. I must admit that we don’t get around to answering the questions every day…sometimes we do a few days at a time. I love the answers though. It’s great to see how his little brain works.

For example, the question for January 6 was “If you could take a trip anywhere in the world, where would you go?” His answer: Disneyland and Disney World because there are lots of games and rides and you get cotton candy there. Also because they have soft pretzels there.

How awesome is that? I mean…all kids want to go to Disney but you can totally see his little foodie genes coming in to play since food was a big part of his comment. I can’t wait to see what else we will discover this year (and the next two).

How do you start and record conversations with your child?

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Tuesday 8th of January 2013

This books looks fantastic! I have to find it now. :)