When Isabelle turned three I did an interview with her and then did it again when she turned four. I decided to do the same with Molly Moo. Her birthday isn't for a few more days, but in her mind since we had her party, she is three. Therefore, I have just pretty much accepted that my baby girl is three and she is growing up and someday she will be 18 and move out and I will be so, so, so sad. Moving on. Here is my interview with Molly at age 3.
Favorite Food: Stroganoff
Least favorite food: Soup
Favorite Show: Phonics Farm
Favorite Movie: Toy Story 3
Best Friend: Isabelle and Mom
Favorite Toy: Big Jessie (her new Jessie doll from Toy Story)
Favorite Book: Cat in the Hat (her real favorite is Pete the Cat or Everyone Poops)
Favorite Snack: Fruit Snacks
What do you want to be when you grow up? Police man
What does mom do all day? Clean dishes and hang stuff up (amazingly accurate)
What does dad do all day? Clean dishes and hang stuff up (totally NOT accurate)
If you could change your name, what would you change it to? Baby
Coolest person you know: Mom
Favorite Song: I love my friend, Jesus
This is a song she learned at church. The song says, "He's always with me, and I'm so happy. I love my friend, Jesus."
Here are a few things about Molly from my perspective.
Loves: stroganoff and spaghetti, playing with Isabelle, watching the Toy Story movies, doing things on her own, helping me out around the house, giving hugs and kisses, sitting on laps, calling herself by different names, calling us by different names, "helping" her brother, grammy's big lake (lake of the ozarks) and spending time with family.
Does not love: being told what to do, going to bed, taking a nap, waking up, sharing, sitting still.
Molly is so different from her siblings. She really doesn't have things she loves or hates, she just likes to be a part of the action. She will try new foods and is a better eater than Lawson and Isabelle combined. She is wild and crazy and loud and strong willed, but she is also sweet and sensitive and kind and loving. She is hysterically funny and incredibly smart. Molly makes me a better mom, constantly forcing me to seek God and His help in parenting. It would be easy to think I had it all figured out if not for Molly!!! Haha. Molly is almost always involved in the best and the worst parts of my day. She is such a blessing to our family and I can't imagine how boring my days would be without her! My little NICU baby who seemed so fragile when she was born is by far the most resilient of all my children and funny enough, has the least amount of issues when it comes to her health. She is a go-getter and get-upper. She is tough, like seriously tough, and she will go from 0 to 100 in the blink of an eye. I am so thankful I get to be her Mom.