Friday, June 16, 2017

What Carter Says About His Daddy

The past two years I asked Carter some questions about his daddy for Father's Day (read last year's post here and 2015's post here) and decided to make it a tradition to do it each year. It is so cute to see how his answers changed this year from the past two years and I know that will continue to be the case. I just did it with Carter this year. I look forward to Elise being able to answer the questions too! Here are Carter's answers from June 2017 at 4.5 years old:

What is something dad always says to you?
He says, "Don't hurt someone." I mean, "I love you."

What makes your dad happy?
Giving him hugs and kisses!

What makes your dad sad?
By leaving him.

How does your dad make you laugh?
By tickling me!

What was your dad like as a child?
He pooped and peed as a baby.

How old is your dad?

How tall is your dad?
He's tall as a giraffe.

What is your dad's favorite thing to do?
To play with me!

What does your dad do when you're not around?
He plays with Elisey.

If your dad becomes famous, what will it be for?
He would be president or officer of the kingdom.

What is your dad really good at?
Playing soccer and football.

What is your dad not very good at?
By playing tag.

What does your dad do for a job?
He works.

What is your dad's favorite food?

What makes you proud of your dad?
Winning soccer, I mean football.

If your dad were a character who would he be?
He would be Curious George because it's my favorite movie.

What do you and your dad do together?
We play. We like to draw.

How are you and your dad the same?
Because we both have short hair.

How are you and your dad different?
We don't have the same color shirts.

How do you know your dad loves you?
Because he has a heart.

What does your dad like most about your mom?
Because you are pretty!

Where is your dad's favorite place to go?
To the store shop.

How old was your dad when you were born?
Um, 60.


  1. We need to learn Ty's getting younger trick. And the last picture is one of the best ever.