Question: Who are you people?
Speedy – 8
The fact that Speedy came tearing out of MrsToyReporter six minutes faster than his brother is not the sole reason he’s called Speedy, but it’s certainly a factor. He loves cats, building things, art projects, Lego’s, fruits of all kinds, video games in all forms, and running. But most of all, he loves his sister and brother.
Rainbow likes to talk, REALLY very very much. He enjoys Lego’s, processed foods of any shape, letting his baby sister chase him around the couch giggling, snuggling with anyone and everyone, reading books, playing video games, literally climbing the walls and tackling his brother. His favorite color is pink.
Age 3 and a half. The Princesses favorite activities are eating, dancing, singing, spinning, and whatever her brothers are currently doing.
MrsToyReporter is a hard working mother of three children. She is a children’s librarian, university adjunct professor, avid knitter, baker, statistician, industrial psychologist, and voracious reader. Also winner of the All Time Best Mommy Ever Award, presented to her daily by her husband, Remo.
Remo is a hard working father of three children. He is a toy aficionado, Computer Engineer, gardener, video game junkie, small time entrepreneur and origami crafter. He is best known for his famous bedtime story epic “The Astronaut, The Knight, and The Space Dragon”
Question: You seriously named your kids Speedy, Rainbow and Princess?
Answer: Of course we didn’t. But we have watched one too many Lifetime movies to want to publish our real names on the internet. Someday when the kids are old enough to have their own Facebook 4d holospace or whatever thing kids are into then and they want to publish their own names, that will be their choice.
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Answer: Not paid, but we might just review it for free!
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