My daughter Disney is not yet 2 and has already entered the question phase – a time of life when a child asks questions about anything and everything. It seems a little early for this; I don’t seem to remember her two older sisters entering the question phase until about 3½ or 4 years old. Heck, at Disney’s age Samantha was busy painting with poop!
But as we know, all kids are different (thank goodness for that because we already have a Sammie), and so we welcome Disney’s transition into the question phase. Since it’s just beginning, she doesn’t yet ask questions about how things work, but rather about where her favorite people are. It’s really cute since she gets this little inquisitive look on her face and because she’s not even 2 yet, her questions aren’t very well formed. We know what she means though, and try to answer the best we can. Some of her favorite questions are: “What Daddy doin’?” “Where Taywer (translation: big sister Taylor) go?” “What Sammie doin’?”
I guess most of her questions do revolve around the whereabouts of her loved ones… an example of her super-sweet nature. Disney truly cares about other people and she is such a sweet little girl – always saying please and thank you even when it’s not expected of her. So this isn’t a full example of the questions phase – that title will be reserved for the sometimes difficult-to-answer questions that revolve around “why”? Like… Why is the sky blue? Why does Sammie get more candy than I do? Why can’t we have a kitty? Why do I have to go to school? Why is Mommy’s hair turning gray?
Disney’s inquisitive face: