Wednesday, April 20, 2011

On Questions

"Where does the President of America live?"

"What is the name name of Phantom's house?"

"Who is stronger Ironman or He-man?"

"Is Batman stronger, or Spiderman?"

"How many colours are there on Spiderman?"

"What is in the corner of the Australian flag?"

"What does koala eat?"

"If the panda is very hungry and there is no bamboo, what will it eat?"

"Why do you water your plants every day?"

"Can I pluck this flower?"

"Why do girls have ponytails?"

"Which guy cricketer wears a earring?"

"Can I wear your earring, please?"

"Why aren't you wearing a necklace like Rahul's mom?"
drabble is a story told in exactly 100 words.

Last year, it was Q for Queue


Margot Kinberg said...

Natasha - Thank you for sharing these delightful questions :-). They really show how much your sons love life and how eager they are to embrace it all. That is really so invigourating!

Marjorie said...

Your sons ask the funniest questions!

Stephanie V said...

Children have a way of reducing the world to one long string of questions. I love the ones you get to answer.

Elizabeth Spann Craig/Riley Adams said...

And the questions never seem to stop! At least, not in our house. :)

Ann said...

Children and their questions. They really make you think, don't they. My post for Q is Queue!

Lisa said...

Great post and wonderful questions! I have a 7 year old who asks the same type of questions.

Just dropping by from A to Z, and I'm your newest follower!


LTM said...

LOL! argh--mom runs screaming from the building. But what IS the name of Phantom's house??? ;p they are so cute~

Dawn M. Hamsher said...

I love the questions of children. I bet these all came at you in rapid fire chance to even answer. :0)

kmckendry said...

I love your sons' questions!

Tina said...

Good questions! I should collect YellowBoy's. Posterity needs to be able to enjoy just how uniquely he thinks. I wish there was a way for our boys to hang out. I can see them being very good friends!
Tina @ Life is Good


Related Posts with Thumbnails