The Boy Behind The Blog link-up is over, but I decided to keep with it because, let's be honest, I look forward to sharing the answers Parker comes up with to some of these questions each month. I tried to think of some off beat questions that I didn't know the answers to or that I thought might be fun to read. So, here we go!
Questions and Answers (my responses to his answers are in grey):
1. If you could change one thing about your wife, what would it be?
This is a very loaded question if I've ever heard one. I would make her less of a worrier about things that don't matter, but she's pretty good. (like events, how we're going to get where, etc)
He's right, I stress over planning things that are no big deal at all in the big scheme of life. He's also right in that this was a very loaded question, but he gave a great answer to it!
2. What's your favorite Disney movie?
Braveheart. Probably either Aladdin or The Lion King. I like all of them, so it depends on how I feel that day.
He got the eye roll when Braveheart was the first thing that came out of his mouth. I was surprised to learn he hasn't seen some of the Disney princess movies, like Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty. Those are classics! I'd give him the boy excuse, but he has a sister, so he should have seen them.
3. What thing are you most excited about in the next 5 years?
Children. I can't wait to see Chelsea become a mom.
Well if he isn't just the sweetest husband ever. He'll be the best dad one day.
4. What's your favorite room in the house?
Living room. That's where I get to hang out with my girls.
I probably would have said the same answer. We get so excited for evenings on the couch watching our favorite shows and just hanging out as a family. It's the little things.
5. What's your favorite ice cream flavor?
Duh, cookie dough.
I was already typing this answer when he said it. The man loves his chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream! Now that I think about it, this may have been a question in the earlier rounds. Oh well.
That's it for this month! And Parker thought he was done with all the questions... poor kid.