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Brazos: 3 Years Old

Brazos turned three this year so we get to start the annual birthday interview! :) Here are his responses:
  1. How old are you? Three
  2. What is your nickname? Braz-monster (mommy answered this one)
  3.  What is your favorite color? Red
  4.  What is your favorite toy? Cars
  5.  What is your favorite fruit? Oranges
  6.  What is your favorite tv show? Mickey Mouse
  7. What is your favorite thing to eat for lunch? Peas
  8.  What is your favorite outfit? I don't know
  9.  What is your favorite game? Tag yer it
  10. What is your favorite snack? Gummies
  11. What is your favorite animal? Tiger
  12. What is your favorite song? Sunshine (You are my sunshine)
  13. What is your favorite book? Pokey Little Puppy
  14.  Who is your best friend? Beckett
  15.  What is your favorite cereal? Cheerios
  16. What is your favorite thing to do outside? Play
  17.  What is your favorite drink? Juice
  18. What is your favorite holiday? Halloween
  19.  What do you like to take to bed with you at night? Frank (his stuffed animal named Frank)
  20.  What is your favorite thing to eat for breakfast? Yogurt
  21. What do you want for dinner on your birthday? Yogurt (kid loves his yogurt)
  22. What do you want to be when you grow up? Timmy (we are watching Fairly Odd Parents so he said he wants to be Timmy)


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