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Anikka's 9th Birthday Interview


What is your favorite color? Sparkly purple and Sparkly pink
Who are some of your friends? Isla, Kathryn, Rachel, Nyah, Arnica, Ashlyn, Charlotte, Charlee, Ana, Anna
What do you want to be when you grow up? arist; painter, room designer?  
What makes you happy? Grammy, Oma, you (me, mom)
What makes you sad? being away from Copper


What is your favorite animal? an Alicorn 
What is your favorite book?  a sketchbook
What is your favorite thing to do with Mom? color, draw, hang out
What is your favorite thing to do with Dad? go on the motorbike
What is your favorite thing to do with Lukka? play cats
What do you like to do with your friends?  hang out, talk, color, play Barbies



What do you like to do outside? play with friends
Where do you like to go?  Lincoln
What is your favorite food? rice crackers 




What is your favorite drink? Root Beer
What is your favorite restaurant?  Boston Pizza or Big Al's
What is your favorite subject in school?  art


What is your favorite thing to watch? School of Rock 
What is your favorite song to listen to or sing?  Taylor Swift's older music
What is your favorite toy? Little Kingdoms and Schleich toys


 What is your favorite way to exercise?  skiing or extreme air park (trampoline park)

Anything else you'd like to say? nope

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