Friday, December 14, 2012

School is starting soon and I want to chronicle who they are what they are thinking as they start a new chapter in their little lives. It seems life they grow up so much before summer comes again. When I found these "Questions to Ask Your Kids" I knew that it would be a great place to start..


23 Great Questions to Ask Your
Kids


By Sharon Jaynes


1. What do you think heaven looks like?


2. What does Dad do at work?


3. Who is a person you know that seems the most
Christ-like?


4. What do you think your wife (husband) will be like?


5. I you were going to spend one year on a desert island
and could only take three things with you, what would they be?


6. Who is your favorite aunt or uncle and why do you like
him or her so much?


7. What sounds and smells do you think Joseph and Mary
experienced in the stable on


Christmas night?


8. What is the nicest thing I ever did for you?


9. When is a time that I hurt your feelings?


10. When is a time that you were really mad at me?


11. If people followed the Golden Rule, think of all the
things we wouldn’t need. Can you


make a list?


12. If you could be in a movie that you’ve already seen,
which one would it be? Would you


be a character that is already in the movie, or would you
be one that you would add?


13. How is love different for a Christian couple than it
is in the movies?


14. What is the difference between being smart and being
wise?


15. What is your favorite outfit?


16. What is the hardest part about being (fill in your
child’s age)?


17. What has been your favorite childhood memory?


18. When you pray, how do you picture God?


19. What is your favorite Bible verse? Why do you like
it?


20. If you could be an animal for a day, which one would
you be?


21. If you could go in a time machine, what era in
history would you like to visit?


22. What person in history would you like to visit?


23. What is the most important decision you will ever
make?


Taken from Being A Great Mom,
Raising Great Kids
by Sharon Jaynes (© 2004, Moody Publishers).



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