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Lukka's 9th Birthday Interview

playing frisbee with dad at Crescent Beach

What is your favorite color? Blue
Who are some of your friends? Nya, Brody, Ian and Ana, Caleb and Logan, Nathaniel, Cole, Ethan
What do you want to be when you grow up? I don't know
What makes you happy? origami, tech stuff, and music
What makes you sad? I don't know

Science World fun

What is your favorite animal? tiger
What is your favorite book? the Origami Yoda (series)
What is your favorite thing to do with Mom? read books
What is your favorite thing to do with Dad? frisbee
What is your favorite thing to do with Ani? play with tigers 
What do you like to do with your friends? bounce on trampolines, shoot nerf guns, play

Lukka shooting water at Science World to get the toilet to 'flush' (I kid you not)

What do you like to do outside? kick the ball with dad or play frisbee
Where do you like to go? Saskatchewan (no idea on that one, folks!)
What is your favorite food? alfraedo pasta with peas and carrots
What is your favorite drink?  soda
What is your favorite restaurant? Boston Pizza
What is your favorite subject in school? reading 


Lukka and his fort building!

What is your favorite thing to watch? Power Rangers
What is your favorite song to listen to or sing? Blink 182 
What is your favorite toy? my light saber
What is your favorite way to exercise? bicycle and rollerblade
Anything else you'd like to say? (shrugs shoulders)


Lukka's older birthday interviews at EIGHT, SEVEN, and SIX.


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