Birthday Interview Questions have become more popular recently, and I am loving it!
We always get hilarious answers. I try to ask the same or similar questions each year to see the silly differences. The younger they are the more obnoxious their answers.
My favorite time to ask these is on their birthday, but you can ask them any time and still have adorable responses.
Questions to Ask Toddlers:
What day is today?
How old are you?
What are we doing today?
What makes you happy?
What is your favorite toy?
How old is Mommy?
How old is Daddy?
What has made you laugh today?
What do you like to draw?
What is your favorite thing to watch?
Where is your favorite place to visit?
What do you want to be when you grow up?
What is your favorite animal?
What is your favorite thing to do?
What do you want to be when you grow up?
Who are you going to marry?
What are you the best at?
What are you not very good at?
What do you want to do today?
What is your favorite food?
What is your favorite song?
What is love?
Who do you love?
Where do you live?
What is your favorite color?
What is your favorite part of your day?
What is something mommy always says?
What is something Daddy always says?
How to File Your Kid's Memories
I think it's so important to have a place to collect all of these adorable memorabilia, so I have a system similar to this one. I have a waterproof box, file folder, and I keep a few things each year. The most important, or my most favorite are these sheets where they say adorable things.
Here are the items I use to create a memory box to collect my favorite memories. You can check out the prices for each of these on Amazon.
First, you'll see the clear tote. I love this because it's clear, waterproof, and hold's hanging file folders so you can easily see which child is in each box. Check the price on amazon here.
Next, we need those hanging file folders. I like these ones because they are clear, so you can see quickly what is in each one, similar to the benefit of the clear tote. For the folders, I like it because each school year can have it's own folder, with the first page being their school picture that year. Check the price on Amazon, here.
Next, I highly recommend a laminator so you can find security in knowing you have these memories as protected as possible. Check the price on Amazon, here.
You can also click the pictures below, they'll take you to the item on Amazon.
Here is also a video showing you the same process I used.
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Why Interview a 3 Year Old?
Informal interviews with my little is my favorite way to keep up with the fun aspect of toddlers. They view the world in such a sweet way, I want to remember it forever because it's such a short time.
I have a notebook I keep where I write down some of the things my children say that I want to remember. This is a great way to remember the beautiful memories of the toddler years. I love comparing what they want to be when they grow up year to year. My middle son wanted to be a gardener for the longest time, but when he turned five, he decided he wanted to be an artist when he grows up. Click here to see the gifts I give him to encourage his love of art, and watch him grow into an artist!
I hope you are as delighted by the answers as we are. I didn't realize how “old” I was, haha.
Are you ready to interview your preschooler? Because I am so ready to send you this PDF.
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Toddler Interview Questions PDF
How are you supposed to remember all of these hilarious questions? I am glad you asked, I put them all in a PDF for you, so you can download them, and print them as many time as you want.
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