6 Questions I Ask Every Morning

Being a parent involves asking a lot of questions, all day long, and repeating several of them throughout the day. And a lot of the questions we ask would sound completely ridiculous to a non-parent.

1) Where are your pants?

2) Why is there a unicorn in my purse?

3) Did you finish your breakfast? 

4) Why haven’t you finished your breakfast yet?

5) Where are your pants?

6) Why isn’t there more coffee?



15 thoughts on “6 Questions I Ask Every Morning

  1. In our house, it was shoes… “Where are your shoes?” “Where is your other shoe?” “Why do you only have one shoe on?” “Why did you take your shoes off?” Four kids to get ready for school every morning, and it was guaranteed someone was going to lose a shoe or two.

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    1. That’s the benefit of living in an apartment where we don’t wear shoes inside: all the shoes are always on the shoerack in the coat closet next to the front door πŸ˜‚


      1. We don’t wear shoes inside either, but somehow they always ended up elsewhere… like the spoons. Spoons never left the house, but they always disappeared.


  2. I’m cracking up at the no pants! It doesn’t change much when they get older. I had to ask Little Man three times tonight why he was wandering around half-naked instead of putting on his pajamas. “I dunno, I forgot.”

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  3. hahaha all too familiar. Love your posts. I have also just started sharing my parenting life and would love you to check it out. Early stages but just going to be honest, funny and relateable to other mums πŸ™‚

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