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    1. What is your name? 2. How old are you? 3. What is your mom’s name? 4. What does your mom do during the day? 5. What is your dad’s name? 6. What does your dad do during the day? 7. What is your favorite color? 8. What is your favorite thing to eat? (what don’t you like to eat?) 9. Who are your friends? 10. What is your favorite song?  Can you sing it for me? 11. What is your sister’s name?

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    • Ludmila Timko

      Fun family tradition for NYE or NYD: Yearly interviews- like What is your name? How old are you? What does your mom do during the day? What is your favorite thing to eat?

    • Christine Hull

      Awesome New Year's tradition: Make a video interviewing your children asking them questions about their future, their favorite things, etc... What a fun thing to watch in the future too! A new type of family videos, journals, family yearbook/video! #newyear #traditions #family #memories howdoesshe.com

    • Suzanne Mickelsen

      Family tradition for the new year... New Year Interviews! Get them on video at every age, have them sing their favorite song, say a poem, talk about their favorite things, favorite colors, favorite etc.... LOVE this idea for capturing memories / moments!

    • Kimberly Craviotto

      YEARLY INTERVIEWS (new years tradition?) 1. What is your name? 2. How old are you? 3. What is your mom’s name? 4. What does your mom do during the day? 5. What is your dad’s name? 6. What does your dad do during the day? 7. What is your favorite color? 8. What is your favorite thing to eat? (what don’t you like to eat?) 9. Who are your friends? 10. What is your favorite song? Can you sing it for me? 11. What is your sister’s name?, etc.

    • Sarah Currie

      Fun Family New Years Tradition | yearly kid interviews

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