tucker is SEVEN YEARS OLD today. yep. true story. it's kind of crazy how fast those years have gone by.
time for another interview. i asked, he answered. here is the transcript. enjoy.
how old are you? seven.
if you had $100, what would you buy? legos.
who is your best friend? cash and jake.
what do you want to be when you grow up? police officer.
what is your favorite thing to do with mommy? build legos.
what is your favorite thing to do with daddy? build legos.
what is your favorite color? it is green.
what is your favorite thing to play with your brother? wrestle.
what do you want to learn to do? be a policeman.
how do you help mommy and daddy? clean up, a little bit.
what is your favorite thing to do with your family? have easter. (it's good friday - fitting)
where is your favorite place to go? visit grandma.
where do you want to go? washington d.c.
what do you love most about your brother? he's funny.
what do you like the least about your brother? he yells.
what do you like to play at school? pattern blocks.
what do you like to play at home? checkers.
what is your favorite sport to play? baseball and hockey.
what is your favorite book? harold and the purple crayon.
if you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go? probably to washington d.c.
are you excited to finally be seven years old? sort of.
why only sort of? i think life's going to be harder.
anything else you want to add to your interview? no.
did you enjoy your interivew? sort of.
why sort of? because.
tell me a joke.
tucker: knock, knock.
jenny: who's there?
jenny: seven, who?
tucker: seven up.
seven years since he changed my life. he's my first born. just over four years with him as my one and only. and seeing him as a big brother has only made my heart melt a little more for him. there are times when i see a glimpse of who he will be in five years, ten years, even twenty years from now. i hope he dreams big dreams and follows them. i will always be his biggest cheerleader. always. happy seven tucker. i love you.