25 Questions To Ask Your Children

“Children are the living messages we send to a time we will not see.” –  John W. Whitehead

I have seen quite a few of these sort of questionnaires getting around social media and I love reading the responses of other people’s children, not only can it be hilarious but also very insightful. I sat down with my 7 year old son and 5 year old daughter at different times and asked them the below questions. I was actually really surprised by some of their responses and it was super precious to learn a little more about them as well as share some giggles with them.

1. What makes you happy?
Xavier– When you tickle me and we say positive things
Faith– When people use kind words
2. If you could do anything right now, what would you do?
Xavier– Play with Lego
Faith– Play with my toys
3. What do you look forward to when you wake up?
Both– Breakfast
4. If you opened a shop, what would you sell?
Xavier–  Lawn mowers and other tools
Faith– Food and lollies
5. What’s your Superhero name and what powers do you have?
Xavier– Max and I would be a super-fast worker
Faith– Rosie and would have fairy powers
6. If you could grow anything in the yard, what would it be?
Xavier– Watermelon
Faith– Tomato’s
7. What makes you feel brave?
Xavier– My big muscles
Faith– When people fill my bucket up (An invisible bucket that fills up from kind actions and words)
8. What makes you feel loved?
Xavier– When I can talk to you and daddy
Faith– When people hold my hand
9. How do you show people you care?
Both– Be kind to them
10. What does it feel like when I hug you?
Xavier– I feel so happy and loved
Faith– They make me happy and feel warm
11. If your stuffed animals could talk, what would they say?
Xavier– They would get up to mischief when I’m not around and talk to me about what happens
Faith– My dog would bark at Robbo (our cat)
12. What do you enjoy giving people?
Xavier– Love
Faith– Presents
13. Did you smile or laugh extra today?
Xavier– Yes, when we were talking about our teddies talking
Faith– Yes, when I went shopping with daddy
14. How do you best like helping others?
Xavier– Checking in on them and asking if they are OK
Faith– I like sharing with them and give them money
15. What makes you feel thankful?
Xavier– When people share their things with me
Faith-When people are nice to me
16. What sounds do you like?
Xavier– Music (Johnny Cash)
Faith– Music (Jack Johnson)
17. If you could ask a wild animal any question, what would you ask?
Xavier– What do you like to eat?
Faith– Wheres your family?
18. You’re outside for a whole day: what would you do?
Xavier– Back flips
Faith- Swim in the pool
19. What are some of the best things about nature?
Xavier– I like storms because the lightning is cool
Faith– Flowers
20. You’re a photographer for a day, what would you take pictures of?
Xavier– Cranes and photos of my family
Faith– I would take photos of decorations and trees
21. What bugs you?
Xavier– When my sister does silly things to annoy me
Faith- When people follow me and talk over me
22. What makes your friends so awesome?
Xavier– I always have fun with them and they make me laugh
Faith– We jump and be excited together
23. What is your favourite thing to do with dad?
Xavier– Mow the lawn
Faith– Go shopping
24. What is your favourite thing to do with mum?
Xavier– Talk
Faith– Have lots of fun
25. What to you want to be when you grow up?
Xavier– A builder
Faith– A mermaid

I think I will make this a yearly tradition to see how much their answers change as they grow. If you have children, or a niece/nephew or just a really special child in your life, ask them the same questions and if you want to share please tag me in their responses as I would love read them.

Thanks for reading!


  1. picturethepositive says:

    What amazing, kindhearted children you have Nat. Honestly they are a credit to you! I dread to think what my boys would answer 🤦🏼‍♀️

  2. Nia says:

    Asking these questions annually sounds like a great idea. You could get so much insight throughout the years

  1. […] life, ask them the same questions as a funny little keepsake you can reflect on over the years. Here is the link to the post where I asked my children these questions for the first […]

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: