Things to Read and Do - Q & A a Day - 1,095 Conversations With Your Kid

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I wanted Besty France's Q & A a Day for Kids: A Three-Year Journal for a few months now, but I was nervous that the kids wouldn't want to participate as we already have the biyearly interviews and I take A LOT of pictures. Fortunately, I bought the book despite my doubts and I couldn't be happier.

The questions run the gamut from silly ("What bugs do you like?") to introspective ("Are you a leader or a follower?") and my kids often answer in hilarious ways. We started about a month ago and so far I really enjoy recording the conversations provoked by these questions (or at least trying to record such conversations). I can't wait to see how everyone's answers change over the next three years.

Anyways, it only takes a few minutes a day and the resulting journal will hopefully capture their changing personalities.

France also sells a similar journal for adults - Q and A a Day: 5-Year Journal, which I'm debating purchasing as well.


  1. That's awesome and I've been looking for an organized way to do something like this. Done. Thanks for sharing!



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