You may have seen this questionnaire on your Facebook feed recently. you're supposed to not prompt the kid(s) and as a result, it's a "great way" to see what they're really thinking. I normally don't care for Q + A type of things, but hearing the thoughts of 4 year old Max was intriguing.
1. What is something Mom always says to you?
2. What makes mom happy?
== when Mikkel and me aren't yelling
3. What makes mom sad?
== not listening
4. How does your mom make you laugh?
== when mommy talks funny
5. How old is your mom?
6. How tall is your mom?
7. What is her favorite thing to do?
== playing with Max
8. What does your mom do when you're not around?
== you go to walmart
9. If your mom became famous, what would it be for?
== because i went to walmart
10. What is your mom really good at?
11. What is your mom not very good at?
== you're not
12. What does your mom do for a job?
== make money and buy toys
13. What is your mom's favorite food?
== chicken noodle soup and chicken
15. What makes you proud of your mom?
== play with me and sing with me and play toys with me
16. If your mom was a character, who would she be?
17. What do you and your mom do together?
18. How are you and your mom the same?
== you're a girl and i'm a girl
19. How are you and your mom different?
== you're a girl and i'm a boy
20. How do you know your mom loves you?
== you hug me
21. Where is your mom's favorite place to go?
== metrotown and superstore
22. How old was your mom when you born?
== zero years old
haha! ok fun and innocent. i have to say it took a lot of repeating for him to respond to the questions as well as rearranging the questions to make more sense to him. that's not prompting right? he was a distracted by action in the process, his favourite question was no doubt #16 and we had a whole conversation about his favourite characters and whom he'd like to be!