I interviewed the kids for Mother’s Day this year:
Why did God make mothers?
F. To help us.
G. Because they were potatoes
S. we draw
How did God make mothers?
F. He put the bones and the gooey red stuff together
G. He squished all the stuff together
S. By drawing on paper.
What ingredients are mothers made of?
F. Out of gooey red stuff
G. Out of hair, rotten eggs, and pizza.
S. cut-up paper.
Why did God give you your mom instead of some other mom?
F. She paints houses with me.
G. She likes to do art.
S. She draws.
What kind of little girl was your mom?
F. Funny and nice.
G. She was a tiny little girl who loved ponies, I think.
S. Like a horse and a sheep.
What did mom need to know about dad before she married him?
F. That he was nice and that he was smart.
G. If they wanted the same things, like three kids.
S. I got mad.
Why did your mom marry your dad?
F. Cause she liked him.
G. Because they were in love.
S. Cause he was a sheep. That was funny.
Who is the boss at your house?
G. Mommy. She’s in charge of the rules.
S. Ollie. He went bye-bye and Ms. Sarai is coming home. She is tired of going.
If you could give mommy anything in the world, it would be:
F. A new car
S. An elephant
My favorite place to go with mommy is:
G. New York