Blog My Blog III

June 25, 2007 by Kailani  
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Welcome to the 3rd edition of Blog My Blog.

For those new to this, here’s how it works:

I will start with a question/phrase. The next person that comments, please answer the question above you. Once you’re done, include a question for the next visitor to answer. It could be a general question, fill in the blank sentence, or a general topic you’d like to hear about.

Then the next commenter will submit their answer and then think up something for the next person. Keep in mind that this is a family blog, so please keep it clean.

Let’s begin . . .

Which animal would you want to be for a day?

The first person to comment should answer this question and then leave another question for the next person.

Have fun!

Thanks to Adventures in Babywearing for this great idea!

About the author:
Kailani is the owner and founder of An Island Life. You'll find her sharing her daily life as a mother to 3 wonderful daughters, working as a flight attendant, and living a blessed life in Hawaii. She is also the founder of the group review site - Family Review Network. Follow along on her adventure of a lifetime this Winter as a member of the Vaseline Dry Skin Patrol!
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30 Responses to “Blog My Blog III”
  1. groovyoldlady says:

    Ooooo. Me first! Me first!

    I’d love to be a little monkey and get into all sorts of mischief!

    Now, for our next commenter:

    You just won a bazillion dollars. After you give a bunch of moolah away to family and charities (we all know how giving and unselfish you are), what are the top 3 changes/rennovations you’d make in your house?

  2. Karen says:

    I’d add a second floor addition over the garage and playroom. One of those rooms would be an theater room. The other would be a craft room. I’d get geothermal heating. And thirdly, I’d do whatever it took to improve drainage so it flows AWAY from the house.

    Ok,….my question…..
    What nuggets of advice do you want your kids to know about marriage? (brought up b/c my blog post today is about a few things I want my kids to know about marriage BEFORE they get married)

  3. Write From Karen says:

    That marriage is a compromise – you give, you take. And communicate! Your spouse can’t read your mind. And know yourself BEFORE committing to another person – that’s SO important!

    We all want our children to grow up and be successful. And I’m sure we’ll support them in whatever field they decide to pursue. BUT, if we could choose a career for our kids, what would it be?

  4. Renee says:

    Wow! If I could choose DD’s career I think I would most like her to be a mommy. I think that is the most important career that there is…ya know raising the next generation to be better.

    If money were no object…where would you go on vacation?

  5. Suzie says:

    If money were no object I would love to go on a very extended vacation to Austraila/ New Zealand. Oooh, or maybe Italy an eat all sorts of amazing food. :)

    What do you REALLY REALLY wish you could tell a new mom but you know she will just have to figure it out on her own?

  6. tracey says:

    I’d love to tell a new mom that she DOESN’T have all the answers, she WILL be like her own mother, and that the time simply slips through your fingers like sand, so build sandcastles with your kids NOW.

    What is the one thing you swore you’d never do, and yet find yourself doing anyway?

  7. high maintenance says:

    The one thing a lot of us say that we end up doing is being just like one of our parents. My dad, when I was growing up would always say he didn’t want to be just like his mother…Well, who does he act like his mom…and inturn I act just like him..LOL!

    If you could go anywhere in the world for a long relaxing weekend, where would you go and what would you do? No money restrictions at all! :-)

  8. sognatrice says:

    Fun! To answer, I live in southern Italy (and it’s BOILING HOT right now) so I think I’d choose to go somewhere mountainous with snow, a nice cabin, hot cocoa, and of course my wonderful fiance to keep me warm :)

    Question: What is one thing that you don’t do well that you really wish you could?

  9. jenn says:

    That’s a tough one. I wish I was a better listener. I have a tendency to zone off after a while. Especially if I’m in the middle of something else.

    Question: what is the most used room in your house besides the kitchen and bathroom?

    BTW – Kailani, I love this idea!!

  10. Kelly @ Love Well says:

    Our great room. It’s right off the kitchen, it has a few toys, a comfy couch AND the TV. It’s where we are all the time — when we’re not in the kitchen or bathroom.

    (Or maybe I should be honest and say my office. Because that’s where my computer is.)

    My question: Where (country/state) did you grow up? And would you raise your kids there?

  11. Desert Songbird says:

    This is a bit of a tough question. I was born in and lived in Indiana in the the US until I was 11 years old. Then we moved to South Florida, and I lived there until I was 21. I then moved back to Indiana.

    Would I raise my kids in either of those places? I would raise my kids in Indianapolis – things have changed quite a bit since I lived there, but I wouldn’t want my kids growing up in South Florida.

    My question: You’re having a dinner party, and you can can invite five VIPs (living or dead). Who are they and why?

  12. Adventures In Babywearing says:

    5 VIPS? Ooh. I am in the mood for a fun dinner party, so I would totally invite Conan O’Brien, Will Farrell, Steve Carell, Chris Farley (RIP), & Molly Shannon.

    Thanks for resurrecting this edition of Blog My Blog! I’d forgotten all about it!

    Ok- my question: which celebrity do you think you look like and/or people tell you that you look like?


  13. Christine says:

    My husband and my customers at where I used to work used to tell me I looked like
    Drew Barrymoore.

    What was the last movie you saw?

  14. Modern Mami says:

    I just saw Borat last night on DVD. I’m so late! ;)

    When was the last time you went dancing?

  15. Karen says:

    Actual dancing, I went to the Brazilian ball with my husband (fundraiser) back in April. Didn’t expect to be dancing, but when you’re pulled onto the dance floor by half-naked Brazilian male dancers, it’s hard to refuse. Therefore killed my feet in new stilettos – all in the name of beauty, though, right?
    I do a hip-hop dance aerobic class about 2 – 3 times a week for myself though, and it’s a blast.
    If you’re married/attached, where did you meet your partner? If not, where would you LIKE to meet your partner?

  16. Katja says:

    I met my husband in an Irish Pub in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

    What names you would give if you had a girl and a boy now?

  17. Stacey says:

    I’d give my girl Giovanna and my boy Ryan!

    What is your favorite nursery rhyme and can you recite it?

  18. Amy says:

    The first nursery rhyme I think of Mary had a little lamb..Easy song andI like the name

    My Question

    Whats your favorite romantic comedy?

  19. Melissa says:

    Favorite romantic comedy is probably While You Were Sleeping – it cracks me up every time!
    What’s your favorite theme park?

  20. Pamela says:

    I haven’t been to very many – but I really liked Knotts Berry Farm the last time I was there.

    If you invited me to dinner tomorrow – what you fix for dessert?

  21. Sparky Duck says:

    I always think this is fun.

    That depends on what else I was making for dinner. It could be derby pie, it could be cream cheese peanutty brownies, it could be cookie sundaes. Or even Coldstone if Im lazy.

    If you could live anywhere, where would you most NOT want to live?

  22. Renee says:

    Yikes! Probably ice cream sundaes since I have the stuff to make them.

    Is there any way to get a kid to clean their room?

  23. Monkey Giggles says:

    homemade ice cream sandwich’s. I will be waiting for ya. wink..wink.. It is suppose to be 95 to 98 degrees tomorrow.

    If money was no object…what would you go out tomorrow and buy?

  24. Tonya says:

    If money were no object, there would be three slightly related things I’d buy. The ultimate horse trailer with living quarters, the truck to pull it with and put in a swimming pool to relax in when we are not showing our horses.

    My question is, If you wrote a book what would the name be and what would it be about?

  25. Eve says:

    That one was going to be tough until I realized I had already made that decision…my blog is kind of like my open book.
    Good Enough
    I no it’s kind of “Stewart Smiley” but I think I would like to right something funny and empowering to moms. I think we all have guilt about everything and when is what we do ever good enough?

    Question: If you were best friends with the best plastic surgeon in the world, what would you have done?

  26. incog & nito says:

    Mmmm – probably would have a bit of a face lift – just a little lift – have a couple of wisdom lines (as I call them) that I don’t really mind, but only because they are my best friend.
    Now not sure if anyone else will come along after me, but my question is:

    If money were no object what holiday destination would you go to?

  27. Suzanne says:

    I would go everywhere. We’d just wander until we got homesick. We’d start in Greece, though, as I have never been there.

    Do you see college education as personal enrichment? or job training?

  28. Comedy Plus says:

    Personal enrichment that helps you in the job market.

    If you could have one wish what would it be?

  29. La Bellina Mammina says:

    For the war to end, actually for all wars to end.

    What’s the most romantic thing you’ve done for someone?

  30. jenn says:

    My hubby loves yellow clothing. However it’s a hard color to find in mens clothes. I found these awesome yellow nike sneakers and bought them for him.

    nothing is more romantic to me than getting someone something they truly love. maybe a bit materialistic, but it’s what he loves. :)

    what kind of car do you drive? what is your dream car?

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