Here’s a real quick Project Life Page idea. You can actually use these for your kids’ yearly albums or your album about yourself (You have that right? If not, make sure you document about yourself too!). What I’m doing is adding this to our yearly Project Life album because it’s just something I think the whole family should see about how we view each other.

MOM, according to the kids

Here’s a set of questions you can ask your kids about their perspective when you are concerned. It’s a great idea to ask this each year when they get older to see how their perspectives change, but doing it once is just as nice – you still get to capture how they see things – how they see YOU.

1. What is something mom always says to you?
2. What makes mom happy?
3. What makes mom sad?
4. How does your mom make you laugh?
5. What was your mom like as a child?
6. How old is your mom?
7. How tall is your mom?
8. What is her favorite thing to do?
9. What does your mom do when you’re not around?
10. If your mom becomes famous, what will it be for?
11. What is your mom really good at?
12. What is your mom not very good at?
13. What does your mom do for a job?
14.What is your mom’s favorite food?
15.What makes you proud of your mom?
16. If your mom were a character, who would she be?
17. What do you and your mom do together?
18. How are you and your mom the same?
19. How are you and your mom different?
20. How do you know your mom loves you?
21. What does your mom like most about your dad?
22. Where is your mom’s favorite place to go?
23. How old was your Mom when you were born?

Me, according to my kids

Here’s my take on the kids’ answers. It is downright funny and touching at the same time.

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My next project would be to ask them about their Dad!
Let me know if you do this with your kids, would love to see your pages!

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