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Meadow @ 4 Years



She loves to run, go on swings, read books, climb rocks and ride her bike.

Her favorite book is Richard Scarry. Her favorite color is purple.

Her favorite foods are mac and cheese, cucumbers, carrots, cereal, pb and j's, chicken tacos 'stashios (pistachios). 

She has gotten very shy even around people she knows. 

She's still a late sleeper, school is going to be very hard when she starts.

I interviewed Meadow again this year and here is what she answered:


How old are you? I don't know
What is your favorite color? Purple
What is your favorite animal? Blue Bear
What is your favorite book? Pajama Time
What is your favorite TV show? Sesame Street
What is your favorite movie? Fairy's (?)
What is your favorite song? Jenny Lewis
What is your favorite food? Mac & Cheese, drinking juice
What is your favorite drink? Lemonade
What is your favorite breakfast food? Cereal, honey kind.
What is your favorite snack? Mmm yogurt!
What is your favorite outfit? Ah, dresses! (points to dress)
What is your favorite game? I spy...
What is your favorite toy? Trains
Who is your best friend? Eleanor
What is your favorite thing to do? Run
What is your favorite thing to do outside? Play with chalk
What is your favorite holiday? Christmas
What do you like to take to bed with you at night? Big Bear
Where is your favorite place to go? Playgrounds!
What is your favorite restaurant? Mini's! (Mini's?) Minnie Pancake. (Oh Mickey's Diner)
Where do you want to go on vacation? To the cottage
What do you want to be when you grow up? A girl because I'm a girl already.
What did you do on your birthday? Blow bubbles

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