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27 April 2012

weekly interrogation: Max Harmon!

Today I give you my five year old, Max. I find the way his (and all kids') brain works fascinating so thought it'd be fun to interrogate him this week.  It was a little challenging figuring out how to ask these questions in a way he'd understand when the original question stumped him.  (Like how do you explain a pet peeve?  Or something that's priceless?)  I hope you enjoy his answers!


name:  Maximillian.  Max is far away. (he has an imaginary friend that is a clone of himself and lives in NC) 

1.What do you “do”?
Play toys.  Play games.  Watch tv.  (the last thing is on his mind since it's pretty much all he's been doing the past couple of days since we all had a little stomach bug.  So before you call CPS I will have you know he is doing his schoolwork as I type this up.  Granted, he would watch tv all day every day if I would let him.)

2. Why do you do what you do?
They're my favorite.  (What an awesome life he must lead! :) )

3.Where are you from?
El Paso

4. Favorite color?

5. Favorite food?
I don't know how to tell it.  (I'm guessing he was imagining how it tastes?)

6. Favorite shoes?
Three of them: bike shoes (his Keens), frog shoes (crocodile crocs), boots (his cowboy boots)

7. Favorite place in the whole wide world?

8. Favorite piece of playground equipment?
Slide.  And swings.

9. Your funniest story?
Reading.  (I assume he's talking about one of his books?)

10. Mac or PC?
Mac.  (mommy's computer)

11. Manual or automatic?
Manual.  (daddy's car)

12. What do you consider your best asset?
My heart.

13. Guiltiest pleasure?
Candy.  (I asked him what he likes that he's not supposed to)

14. Biggest pet peeve?
Nick!  (I asked him what makes him angry:) )

15. What do you consider priceless?
My toys.  (they're his favorite thing in the world apparently)

16. If you could sit next to anyone on an airplane, who would it be?
Mom.  And go visit Tiffany and Chris.

17. What would you choose as your last meal?
Cereal.  (What can I say?  He's my child.)

18. What era in time do you connect with the most?
I like growing up right now.

19. Your motto for life?
I don't remember that one.  (That's what he says when he doesn't know the answer to something)

20. Best advice you can give?
Say sorry.

There you have it, words of wisdom from a five year old!

If you'd like to participate, just click on the 'weekly interrogation' tab at the top and follow the instructions there. Hope to see you here!

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