By asking the children the same questions every year, we'll be able to see how their personalities and interests change (or stay the same).
What are you going to be when you grow up?
Want to be a digger.
What’s that going to be like?
Hm, dig up the road.
What are your favorite toys?
Chocolate cake (laughs).
What is your favorite food?
Who are your best friends?
What makes you happy?
What makes you sad?
No Mummy or Daddy or Riker or Grammy or Grandpa. And it makes me sad when all of you are gone.
When you dream at night, what do you dream about?
(Laughs) Chocolate cake.
What do you like to do with Daddy?
Go to the playground.
What do you like to do with Mama?
Watch the big TV.
What’s your favorite color?
What’s your favorite book?
What does Daddy do during the day?
Have a chocolate cake. Watch the big TV.
What does Mama do during the day?
Have a chocolate cake.
What do you do during the day?
Watch the garbage truck.
What do you want to learn or do before you turn four?
Mummy, when I turn three I can ride my new bike. Well, not all the way to Gavin and Edwards. When I one hundred I will. One hundred is about this big (shows all fingers).
I've shamelessly pilfered the interview idea and the questions from my friend Lauren over at Sparkling Adventures, You can read the birthday interviews of her four darling daughters here.