So my big boy is one step closer to being a teenager today and is turning 12! I cannot believe how fast this last 12 years have gone and I feel like I remember every bit of this day from 12 years ago so vividly.
This year I decided to start the birthday interviews on my blog. You can see Little Lady’s here from earlier in the year and Riley’s is coming up too. I can’t wait to be able to look back on these in years to come and see how their answers change!
Who is your favourite person in the whole wide world?
What is your favourite colour?
What is your favourite TV show?
What is your favourite outfit?
My school uniform
What sport do you like most?
What song do you love?
You’ll Never Walk Alone
What’s your favourite cereal?
Who is your best friend?
What do you want t be when you grow up?
A football analytic
What is your favourite book?
I don’t know I like all books! I am re -reading the Harry Potter series at the moment
What are you good at?
Where would you like to go on holiday?
What is your best memory?
Passing my 11+ exam
What would you buy if you had lots of money?
Buy 100 million boxes of Quality Street cuz they are the best!
What is your least favourite vegetable?
If you had one wish, what would you wish for?
100% in my GCSEs
Which is your favourite flavour icecream?
Yorkshire Pudding ice-cream… he has never had it but thinks it would be nice!
Who is your hero?
What do you like playing best with your friends?
What would you like to do before you turn 13?
I would like to get 100% in all of my year 7 tests
So there we go for another year! Some of these answers surprised me (Russia?!) but there was quite a few I could have guessed too. When I asked him his best friend it made me smile when he mentioned Connor – this is a new boy he has made friends with since starting senior school in September. Although he started with two boys he had been at primary school with, it is so nerve-wracking to think that they might be lonely, so it is so good to hear he is making good friends.It is strange to think that me and my best friend met at Leo’s age and we are still great friends today – it just shows how important these friendships can be.
He is celebrating today with his Dad and I get him tomorrow – I cannot wait for big birthday snuggles and fun! Take care and keep safe everyone,