Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Kiree with her cake, cupcakes, and one of the presents she opened throughout the day.
Kiree is four! Bob came home to have birthday lunch with Kiree and I. Kiree got to have a playdate with one of her best buddies and she got new toys! A drum, a playdoh pizza set, an art kit, and a Scooby Doo set were what she got.
I interviewed our newest four year old on her birthday.
M: Kiree, can I interview you?
K: Yeah, what's an interview?
M: I ask you questions.
What's your favorite color: purple, blue, and pink, and green.
What's your favorite thing you do at school: play and help make stuff.
What is your favorite place: amusement park
Favorite movie: Scooby Doo
Favorite Book: Dora's Time Adventure
If you could do any thing, what would you do: play with new toys, get a playdoh cake thing and a playdoh muffin maker.
What do you want to be when you grow up: (quietly) a mom (more animated) I wish I could be something awesome like a cowgirl, a pilot, or a firefighter.
What will you be like when you turn 5: just big
Do you think the baby is a boy or a girl: a girl!
Kiree is a sweetheart. She is very softspoken and tender hearted most of the time. Sometimes she is very feisty and loud! She can be very dramatic, she has declared many days the best or worst ever! She enjoys learning and asks lots of questions. She loves to practice new phrases she's learned and she remembers a lot. Kiree loves preschool and playing with friends. She loves her family very much and is very excited to be a big sister. She is starting to like running more and wants to be faster than Jaide some day. She is willing to try most foods and likes many of them. She has very long, curly, strawberry blond hair and hazel eyes. She and Jaide love to do things together even if they do annoy (and sometimes hit) each other frequently. Kiree often says hilarious things and seems to really enjoy making us laugh. She has asked us to sing Jingle Bells every night since last December. She loves to watch PBS kids and would watch all day if I let her. We couldn't imagine our family without her.