Saturday, March 14, 2015

Honey turns 9

I also thought of giving interviews on my kids during their birth months as a way to get to know them better and also a way of checking-in on how well they had grown-up...wink :)
Inspired by Nancy of Ordinary Miracles & The Crazy 9 as I had fun reading her posts regarding interviews with her children. Their answers are so cute, full of honesty and innocence (especially on the little ones) and I thought I'll give it a try for kids as well.

First up, Honey.
How old are you?
I will be 9 years old this coming March 15.

What is your favorite color?
My favorite color is blue.

What is the color you dislike the most?
I don't like color black because for me its dark and its a bad color.

What are your favorite food? drinks?
I like spaghetti because it has cheese, red sauce and my dad's spaghetti is yummy.
I don't like ampalaya because its so bitter. 
I like water and mango shake. I don't like softdrinks.

What are you afraid of?
I'm afraid of scary things like ghosts, white lady, zombies or shark. I'm also afraid of dark places.

What is your favorite thing to do?
I like biking, playing and going everywhere. I like going everywhere because for me its fun going there, here and everywhere.

What do you like about your family? and you don't like?
I like myself because I'm smart. I like my brother because he is cute and handsome but I don't like him when he spanks me (I think she's referring to sibling fights)
I like my mom because she takes care of me and love me. I like my dad because he teaches me math. I don't like whenever my mom and dad is mad or angry at me. 

What would like to be when you grow up?
I like to be a scientist because I want to discover more about planets and more heavenly bodies. I also want to be a teacher because I want children to learn more. I also want to be a doctor because I want to make a people feel better. 

Describe being rich? (Joy of joymeetslife talk about being rich and thought I'll ask her about it :D)
Being rich has a lot of money. Having their own house and car. 
We are not rich.

We need to work on imparting the true definition of "rich" that its not about money and material things. 

She seems like she's an adventurous one who wants to travel and meet the world.

And full of dreams too - scientist, teacher or doctor. How cool is that :)

Happy birthday my little honey :D
We love you so much.
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6 comments:

  1. Happy birthday to your girl! Interviews with the kids are so much fun. :)

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  2. It's so intimate to read. I just wish and pray that her dreams may come true.
    (Besides, she has loving mom and a mathematician dad. Nice combo!)

    Nice photo, perfectly shot!

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    1. Thanks Jim... Hope she'll grow to be a God-fearing person :)

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  3. Happy Birthday! She sounds like a girl after my own heart. I love spaghetti, too!

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  4. Happy birthday, Honey!

    I can't wait to be able to interview my little girl, too. And I love spaghetti as well. Apir!

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