Thursday 19 August 2010

Children's Voices

In this post from MizFit, many of us were challenged to video our children while they answered what they thought the meanings of three words were. Those words were exercise, strong and support. I was supposed to post the results here on the 13th of August, but of course, I am rarely organized enough to do things on time, so I am now posting the video results 6 days late.

First, I interviewed my 7 year old daughter.

Then I interviewed my 5 year old daughter. She decided once the camera was on her that she really didn't want to do the video and had a bit of a tantrum, so I never did get her to tell us her thoughts.

Last, I interviewed my son who will be turning 4 years old in 11 days from now. I don't think he really knew how to explain the meaning of words, and he didn't really know what the word "support" meant, but at least he tried to give his answers.


  1. Awww listen to the little accents! Cute! Yours comes and goes, Becky. I can hear California and Britain fighting it out in there. LMAO

  2. LOL, Kat! To people here in the UK, I still sound very American. But to people back home, they all say they can hear a bit of Britain sneaking into my speech. Well, I've been here 8 years now, so it was bound to have some influence! :)

  3. LOVE that you joined in and shall tweeeet this if you give me the (virtual) thumbs up :)



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