Interview with Joey

Hey everyone!

Hope you are all well. Usually I try to be a daily blogger but this week I have been feeling a little ill, so bare with me.. I have only posted a few times. But I’ve been working with my son on this specific post. On Monday I gave Joey about a dozen interview questions, here are his answers.😊

  • What is your favorite book and why?

My very favorite book is Percy Jackson Book 5, The Last Olympian. I really like it because, well I’m not really sure how to describe it, I just like it.

  • What is your fondest childhood memory?

My fondest childhood memory was my 5th birthday.

  • What advice would you give your brothers?

The advice I would give all my brothers is to never give up, ever!

  • What’s it like living with your family?

It feels amazing to live in my family. I know that any other family wouldn’t be the same and I did get pretty lucky with what family I did get put into so yeah.❤️

  • Do you enjoy camping as much as your parents? Why or why not?

I don’t think I enjoy it as much as they do but I like it a little. But in general, no, I don’t like it as much as they do.

  • What’s something your parents make you do that you can’t stand?

Something my parents make me do that I can’t stand, might just be school work.

  • What do you want to do when you grow up?


    Oregon Duck players with Joey.

I want to be an NBA player, but who knows.

  • How do you feel about your parents being vegan? Do you see yourself ever becoming vegan?

Yeah, I can see myself becoming vegan, but I don’t really know for sure.

  • What’s one thing you are super passionate about?

I am super passionate about my basketball team.

  • If you could have a super power, what would it be?

If I could have a super power it would be invisibility so I can watch free movies at the theater.🤣

  • Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

In 10 years I see myself probably being a mother and father, a loving adult who is super smart and hopefully responsible and not selfish.

And that is it! 🥰

I loved reading his answers! I hope you enjoyed it! I hope to interview all my children and would love to see more family interviews if anyone else wants to join in!

Thanks for stopping by!


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17 replies »

  1. Aw, melt my heart!!! What a great exercise to strengthen communication skills, encourage honesty, reflect on family, and stimulate thinking about the future! And Joey can look back on his interview answers in years to come and enjoy seeing what stuck and what changed!!! LOVE this!!! P.S. Hope you feel better soon!!!

  2. Glad you are feeling better, Lana. Very brave to ask your kids what they think. Many parents do not want to hear the answer. Good on Joey for playing along. It is good that he feels valued. Allan

  3. I enjoyed reading about your interview with Joey. His answers clearly show the love he has for his family . He sounds confident of his abilities, which is awesome. Good Job Joey, Grandma loves you!!

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