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20 Questions to Ask Your Child

To really love your child, you must know them.  And knowing your child comes through spending time talking with them.  My wife has done an awesome job of this with her “Pillow Talk” questions—open-ended questions she asks to get our kids talking.  This way, they were able to stay connected in the midst of their busy lives.  I encourage you to share meaningful conversations with your kids by using these 20 questions to ask your child.  Try asking things like, “What do you dream about?” or “What is your best memory about this school year?” or “Who is your hero and why?”  Here are more of iMOM’s Pillow Talk questions.  

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