Questions With A Bozeman 13 Year Old. Please Pray For Me
So I decided to ask my 13 year old some questions. I was recently talking to a Bozeman nurse about mental health and if she thought parents really knew their kids. These questions are pretty simple, but it was an easy ice breaker to ask about other topics. Here is the outcome. Please no judging...I mean he is 13 and legit has zero clue about life thus far. This is purely for learning about your kid. Maybe they have the same answers.
ME: Are the girls prettier here?
ME: When I asked why he yelled "I can't tell you why, I didn't birth them". Ok then. I mean he isn't wrong.
ME: Is school lunch better?
ME: There is no reason for this, so I guess I'll just go with it, and hope he eats it.
ME: Are people more fashionable here? Like do they dress "cooler"?
ME: Although I think they totally do.
ME: What's is your favorite thing about Bozeman?
Answer: The mountains.
ME: I love them too kiddo.
ME: What is one thing you wish you had here?
Answer: Some of my friends from back home.
ME: This is a typical answer for anyone who moves somewhere new.
ME: Who is the best football team for NFL?
Answer: "Are you out of your mind? The Seahawks".
ME: Whatever kid, I know deep down you are a Vikings fan like me.
ME: Who is your favorite singer?
Answer: "I only listen to rap...but Johnny Cash is the only singer I know."
ME: Lord have mercy on me, I do suppose it could be so much worse.
ME: Who is your favorite rapper?
Answer: "I can't say because everyone reading this will be scarred for life".
ME: Oh ok...so that is probably not good.
ME: What do you want to be when you grow up?
Answer: NFL Player.
ME: Listen, I'm totally cool with that..I mean he owes his grandparents and me like a million dollars already so it is probably the only way I will get it back.
ME: Who is the prettiest mom in the world.
ME: Good job kid, you are not grounded.
Growing up I was pretty close with my mom, I would say we have a pretty decent relationship. For me it is so important to actually listen and get to know my son, so that if he does have questions one day, he knows he can ask. I look forward to hearing some of your kiddo's answers! Have fun!