1. Did you have a set bedtime as a child? If so, what was it? I'm sure I did, but I don't remember what it was. I do remember laying in my mom and dad's bedroom and telling them I was watching Murphy Brown when I was really watching Beverly Hills 90210! With my own kids I'm trying really hard to enforce a 9 p.m. bedtime (10:00 on Friday and Saturdays) and although LD does have a TV in his bedroom it does not have cable hooked up to it anymore.
2. Were you taught to be a member of the “Clean Plate Club?” Did it have affect your eating habits as an adult? I don't think so. My parents were pretty catering to what we wanted to (or didn't want to) eat growing up. With my own kids I don't make them clean their plates, but I do encourage them to try some of everything.
3. Share one thing that you were not allowed to do as a child. I'm not sure on this one. I guess I could say that I wasn't allowed to watch 90210, but I did anyway. Eventually we kind of watched it as a family.
4. What is the cheapest gas price you can remember? I specifically remember when I started driving gas only cost $.90. Holy cow! I can't believe how much more we pay for gas today versus 15 years ago. It doesn't make any sense, but there is also nothing I can do about it. GRRRRR
5. What was your favorite thing on the playground? I loved playing 4-square and teatherball. Anything where I could try to be the winner was awesome.
6. Share one thing that your parents always made you do that you didn’t like doing. These are hard questions. Either I have an awful memory or I loved everything I did and my parents never forced me to do anything I wasn't interested in.
7. Do you remember your first kiss? If so, share the details! I don't remember specifics ... I remember I was much younger than I would want my kids to be.
8. Did you prefer to play inside or outside? I liked being inside, but I really liked being outside. On Sundays I would walk around the neighborhood reading.
9. What was your favorite TV show growing up? I loved shows like Saved by the Bell, Boy Meets World and as I got older I loved Dawson's Creek and of course 90210 and Melrose Place.
10. Share one awesome childhood memory. I remember just growing up and being super happy. My parents gave me every opportunity possible and we took fun family vacations. I would say overall I had a great childhood.
Bonus: Share a picture of yourself as a child. This is a picture of me and my mom and a Girl Scout camp in northern Idaho. I really enjoyed doing these kind of things with my mom!
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