Having a toddler is like taking care of small drunk person all day long. Sometimes it's funny, other times it's annoying and it's always exhausting.
The list of questions I ask her on a daily basis is endless but here are a few of my favorites.
1. What's in your mouth?
I feel like I was egregiously lied to about the amount of time little ones will continue to put things into their mouths. I was told that around 10 to 11 months old the novelty of placing everything in one's mouth would soon lose it's luster. Nope. My daughter puts three to four things in her mouth daily. Mostly crumbs, pieces of paper and her personal favorite...dog food.
2. Where are you going?
Whenever I finally think I'm getting a nice little tea party break where I can sit down for five minutes that's when it happens. She's off like a bat out of hell running down the hallway off to only god knows where.
3. Are you tired?
To which the answer is always a loud and resounding "Na!" That's not a typo. Na is the new No if you didn't know. Haha, I crack myself up. Don't feel bad for me, I'm laughing.
4. Where are your socks?
For some reason every time I turn around she's pulled her socks off. I don't know why because when I ask her where they are she always knows exactly where she left them and will get frustrated if I don't put them back on her the second she places them in my hand.
5. Do you have an owie?
This one is my favorite. Randomly throughout the day she'll place her hand on her head and make the saddest little face like she's in pain. Then I'll ask her if she has an owie. She will instantly perk up and come running to me for her obligatory kiss and hug. It's so adorable and sweet that I just want to explode from cuteness overload.
I know the day is coming soon where she'll be the one asking all of the questions. Until then I'm getting in mine while I can.
What are some questions you ask your kids constantly? Let me know in the comments!