What My Toddler Thinks of Me {Mother’s Day Interview Printable}

mothers day interview printable

Kids say the dardnest things! When my oldest son was 4, my husband interviewed him and asked him these questions concerning me. He was 4 at the time, I love his response to #2.

I highly recommend you do this and keep it for you to read when they are older. It’s such a lovely Mother’s Day activity. Ask your child the question and write down their response. You fill out the last statement with your memory.

If you want to join in the fun I made a FREE printable here so hop on over and print out this keepsake activity.

I just finished listening to my kids share their interview answers with me, and of course our preschooler made us laugh the most with his responses. Though I must warn you, if your tween is mad at you about something, don’t have him fill it out because it may not be pretty.

What My Toddler Thinks of Me {Mother’s Day Interview Printable}

1. What is something mom always says to you? Obey. (he just got in trouble)

2. What makes mom happy? Me, I am her favorite present.

3. What makes mom sad? Not obeying

4. How does your mom make you laugh? Making silly faces like this. (he shows me)

5. What was your mom like as a child? Very silly.

6. How old is your mom? 3yrs old

7. How tall is your mom? Very tall. (I’m actually really short, 5.2)

8. What is her favorite thing to do? To work, write my name (they’ve been practicing his name), play with cars(hmmmm)

9. What does your mom do when you’re not around? Play and make food.

10. If your mom becomes famous, what will it be for? Making decorations.

11. What is your mom really good at? Running and going shopping.

12. What is your mom not very good at? Coloring.

13. What does your mom do for her job? Go to school and pick me up, make cakes, have parties, making cookies and pinatas.

14. What’s your mom’s favorite food? Grapes

15. What makes you proud of your mom? When she makes me food, rubs my back and tells me, I love you.

Moms what’s something funny your child has said that you want to remember?

Here’s mine–

One day I was sick, my husband was gone out of town, they’d been fighting non-stop and at dinner they were throwing tantrums and they refused to eat.  Finally, I broke down and cried. My 4 year old at the time stops and looks at me and says “mommy do you need a pacifier?”- Got to love this stage of life.

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