10 Questions I Ask My Kids: Travel Edition

We are now at DW’s brother’s and sister-in-law’s house for a visit with them and their four kidlets. They’ve taken us and our crazies in for a couple nights. It’s always great visiting with them and getting caught up. The cousins love seeing and playing with each other, too. 

The Discovery Center was good, though it wasn’t great because of the number of people and the number of people who’s kids were inconsiderate and the parents were either nowhere to found or had their noses glued to their cell phone. So it didn’t leave much time for learning. However, I did learn about my patience in a public setting. Turns out it’s pretty good. On the plus side, though, the boys got to see a liquid nitrogen demonstration.

1. What has been your favorite part of the trip so far?

Crash: Discovery Center
Bang: Sleeping and dream about my favorite dreams

2. What was your favorite part of the Discovery Center?

Crash: The Sky Dome and the curcuits
Bang: Inside the Sky Dome

3. What is one thing you learned about at the Discovery Center?

Crash: About constellation and planets and stars
Bang: That the bottle was -200 degrees (Liquid Nitrogen)

4. What’s your favorite part of visiting Aunt Mag and Uncle Kevin’s house?

Crash: Playing sports on XBox Kinect
Bang: Getting a sleepover

5. What animal do you wish you could be?

Crash: A dog
Bang: A giraffe

6. Why do you want to be that animal?

Crash: Because you can train them to do stuff
Bang: Because I want a tongue that is 21 cm

7. If you were a Minecraft mob, which would you be?

Crash: Either the Wither or the Ender Dragon
Bang: Enderman

8. How old do you think you’ll be when you get married?

Crash: 22
Bang: 16

9. Where do you want to live when you grow up?

Crash: Here – where we live now
Bang: Aunt and Uncle’s house (Kev and Mag)

10. What color do you want to dye your hair?

Crash: Blue
Bang: Blue

10 thoughts on “10 Questions I Ask My Kids: Travel Edition

  1. Isn’t it wonderful how cousins get along? The Child is almost 26, and still ‘reconnects’ instantly after months-long absences. (All the cousins are scattered over the entire continent, mores the pity). But wait — I cannot leave this comment without remarking on the 21-centimetre tongue thingie. SO funny!!! (And it means he must have been paying attention to more than just the -200 degree nitro thing!)


    • Her cousins sound like ours – mine included. We’re all not even on the same continent. No matter how long they’ve been apart they always pick up where they left off. The giraffe fact came from a book, not the science center. He was paying attention for sure!

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  2. I love how their answers were so factual! Really based on what they learned at the Discovery Center, eh? Cool! I hope they remember what they learned there for a while. I’m sure the liquid nitrogen demo will stick!


    • They’ve seen liquid nitrogen demonstrations, but they were always on TV or YouTube. They loved seeing it in real life. I sure hope they remember it for a long time! Hopefully we’ll be able to make a trip back when it’s not so busy so they can learn more.


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