Interview With My 4 Year Old {+Printable}

A month or so ago, Julia and I went out for our annual girls night out and interview. It’s a tradition I started last year, and love it. {Do you interview your child? All I can say is, it is priceless.}

With 2 children, I often wonder if each is getting enough of my time, so I like to carve out some one-on-one.

I let Julia know we were going from a Girls Night Out, and all week long she thought about what to wear (yikes, she’s only 4!) and where she wanted to go.

Personally, I loved her choice of dress and place to go!

Girls Night Out, Movie Time

What a fun night, and I feel like I learned a little bit more about her. Her favorites have changed! Move over pink, purple and green are her new go to colours. And when she grows up? She wants to be a doctor, mommy, or mermaid!

I’ve uploaded the interview sheet so you can have as much fun interviewing your child too! There’s an age 4 interview sheet one and a generic interview for any age!

Have fun!!



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    Sarah @sundayspill says

    Love this! with 4 kiddos I try my best to make sure each one gets “alone time” with my husband or me :) It can be really tricky! And it can lead to me feeling guilty, which is something I’m constantly working on. The interview printables are TOO awesome. what a great keepsake. thanks for them!
    p.s. I’m so sorry I missed your pass it forward linkup. I really intended to join. For awhile there I lost my mojo. Next time?

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    Natalie says

    Hey Carolyn – I also do this with my kids. Someone had given me a book called “Your Birthday Book” when the kids were younger, and you more or less interview the kids on their birthdays, and there is also a place for keepsakes,pictures, etc…. You are right though…their answers are priceless.

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    Kayla says

    That is awesome! Eli still isn’t talking well enough to answer those types of questions, but I can’t wait for when he is and I can do that with him!

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