an interview with letty, about me

I've seen these interviews on a few of my Facebook friend's pages and I thought well now that could be cute! I've tried these things before with Letty and she could have cared not even a little bit to answer so I was quite pleasantly surprised when she did in fact consider her response and then give it freely... at zero prompting from me.

Me: What is something mom always says to you?
L: Be quiet and go in the playroom. 

Me: What makes mom happy?
L: You give her hug or kiss. 

Me: What makes mom sad?
L: I like daddy better. (What I think she means is when she says she likes her daddy better it makes me sad. Which she did and it did.)

Me: How does your mom make you laugh?
L: Saying boo. 

Me: What was your mom like as a child?
L: Play with Barbies. 

Me: How old is your mom?
L: 6.

Me: How tall is your mom?
L: 8 inches. 

Me: What is your mom's favorite thing to do?
L: Go outside and go in the pool. 

Me: What does your mom do when you're not around?
L: Sleep with baby Lena. (I have no idea what she is talking about. I'm quite sure the pack and play would not support my weight.)

Me: What is your mom very good at?
L: Making beds. 

Me: What is your mom not very good at?
L: You're mean to us when we want to go downstairs. (Letty lost her privilege to be in the basement unsupervised because she was jumping off the bar onto the couch. Ahem.)

Me: What does your mom do for a job?
L: No job. 

Me: What is your mom's favorite food?
L: Salad. 

Me: What makes you proud of your mom?
L: When daddy wants to hug you. 

Me: What do you and your mom do together?
L: We fold laundry together!

Me: How are you and your mom the same?
L: We have both same eyebrows. 

Me: How are you and your mom different?
L: We don't have the same hair. 

Me: How do you know your mom loves you?
L: You give me kisses. Two times. 

Me: What does your mom like the most about your dad?
L: He makes you pasta?

Me: Where is your mom's favorite place to go?
L: This is an easy one!!! Dutch Wonderland!!!

And there you have it. Surprisingly accurate for an almost five year old. Insightful, one might say.