Thursday, October 13, 2011

Here we go Lukee-loo!

An update on my Luke:

Age: 4 1/2 years
Also known as: Lukee-Luke, Lukee-loo, Lulu, Lu-bear

As reported by Luke:

What is your name?
Lucas ***** (he got it right, I'm just protecting his innocent identity)

How old are you?

What is your favorite color?
(Guess I'll have to start buying him some more pink things.)

What is your favorite food?
Mac & cheese, chicken noodle soup, cookies, cake, and crackers

What is your favorite game?

 What is your favorite animal?

What is your favorite movie?
Dragon training. (also known as How to Train Your Dragon which I don't think he's actually watched more than 3 times. I didn't expect him to pick this one.)

What is your favorite show?
Curious George and Calliou

What is your favorite toy?
Playing cars with mommy and daddy.

What is your brother's name?

What do you want to be when you grow up?
Race car driver

What is your Halloween costume this year?
Darth Vader

How high can you count?

What is Santa Claus bringing you this year?
Well, I have to go tell him.
What are you going to ask for?
The big car at Costco or a Cat in the Hat toy

Who is your best friend?
Ryan and Reagan

Where do you want to go today?
The park

Where do you want to go on vacation?
The beach

What is your favorite book?
Merry Christmas, Curious George

What is your favorite restaurant?
Fuzzy's tacos because they have sprite. Well, I think any restaurant with Sprite is my favorite.

What  is your favorite letter?

How old do you have to be to drive?

What is your favorite thing to do at school?
Play centers
(I HAVE to tell the back story on this one.  It's one of my favorite pieces of Luke's art this year.  It was lined up on the wall at school amongst all his classmates works. I saw lots of smiles and flowers and hearts.  I had to ask--"Luke, were you feeling sad today?" Luke--(sounding VERY distressed)"No, Mommy. I just drew it wrong and I couldn't have another paper." So we came home and Luke was practicing faces over and over. He kept drawing these frowns but he was drawing them above the eyeballs--as if he were drawing the entire face upside down. I asked "why is his mouth above his eyes? My mouth is not above my eyes. Your mouth is not above your eyes. Draw the mouth down here (pointing to the anatomically correct positioning)"  Wham-o, he can now draw a smile. And he did-over and over, on about a hundred sheets of paper. What a victory for Luke!) 

What is your favorite center?
Home center and block center

What are Mommies for?
Being with Daddies, staying with you when Daddy is away.

What are Daddy's for?
Being the husband. Staying with you when Mommy is away.