Share Your Kid's 30 Answers

by ParentCo. September 08, 2015

There was instantly a huge response to our recent post "30 Questions to Ask Your Kid Instead of 'How Was Your Day?'" Clearly many parents share the pain of the typical one syllable reply - "Good." We thought it would be fun to ask our own kids the 30 questions after school, one question per day for a month. We're going to document their answers and share some of them here.

Join In: Share Your Kid's Responses To The Questions

Record your kid's answers on your smartphone, or simply write them down. Send their responses to us and we'll post them on Parent.co (and only on Parent.co). We'll also tweet a link to the post, or post a link to our Facebook page. (We'll take the post down at your request if you change your mind in the future.) You can email your kid's response to edward@parent.co. If it's a video, email a link to wherever it's uploaded. If you need help uploading the video, email me and I can help. Here's my second grader's response after school today:


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