I know I’ve said it before, but I’m going to say it again. Toddlers are amazing beings! Anywhere from around 18 to 24 months toddler talk starts up. And once they start talking, they don’t stop! But, once they start talking in words you can actually understand, the door to their sweet little worlds opens up even more.
Mickey Blue was pretty quiet still around his second birthday, he had a few words, but not many. Then, just after he hit 2 1/2, his language really started to take off. Now, he is talking up a blue streak and I can understand most of what he says.I thought it would be fun to interview my two year old and get some insight into his view on life. Click To Tweet
What is something that Mommy says to you? Thank you.
What makes you happy? Babu (Little Lou)
What makes you sad? Jackie sad upside down.
What makes you laugh? Honk honk, ruff ruff. (Not sure about this one….)
How old are you? blows kisses….
What is your favorite thing to do? Jump (as he jumps off the foot stool)
Who is your best friend? Babu (Little Lou)
What are you really good at? tickle, tickle, tickle, tickle
What is your favorite food? water (as he stares at me and chugs his bottle of water without breaking eye contact or blinking….)
What is your favorite color? Nope, yellow.
What is your favorite animal? Nope, Jackie animal.
What is your favorite toy? i don’t know that….
What is your favorite fruit? No, no favourite fruit.
What is your favorite book? Starbucks truck (???)
What is your favorite thing to do outside? Bubbles!
He was so comical during this interview; being a typical two year old. He bounced on the chair, he hung upside down, then he disappeared into the kitchen. These few questions which only took you minutes to read took almost a 1/2 hour to get answered! My heart absolutely melted when he said his baby brother was his best friend. I didn’t see that one coming!
So, what about your toddlers? Have you thought about asking them their take on the world? You can google toddler interviews and get loads of question suggestions. I took mine from Suzanne at Bebehblog as she interviewed her toddler.
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Are you going to give it a try? I’d love to know what funny and sweet things your little one has to share! Leave me a comment with your best toddler talk!
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