Are you inquisitive when you were a little kid?

@annierose (18946)
Philippines
February 20, 2009 3:09pm CST
How was your childhood days? Can you still remember what is your attitude when you were a little kid? Do you always ask questions to elder people around you? Are you like an investigator to something you do not fully understand? When I was a kid, I have the attitude of being inquisitive. There is no hour in a day in which I will ask my mom or dad about something like why is there an air. "Who produce air?" Then they will answer its God who made the air. Then after answering my question, I will ask again another question related to that. I can say that I am never satisfied at all. I can still remember one night that I am walking, I see the always the moon.Wherever I go, the moon is following me. And that is another question that I ask with my parents.. Also even in watching tv, I always ask question. For example, I see the main character in the movie died and when I turn the channel into another tv station, I see him there still alive. And then, I will ask again, how come he is alive when I already see him dead. How about you fellow mylotters? Can you share some experiences of yours when,once a little kid, you become too inquisitive of things around you? It is so good to go back to those old days when we are still a little kid, right? Have a nice day to everone and Happy mylotting
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5 responses
@aisaellis22 (6449)
• United States
27 Feb 09
Hello annierose! I have heard that a person who asked a lot of question when she was a kid would grow up as an intelligent person and I know you are. I can't really remember my childhood. All I know I am just a quiet child and even if I have questions on my mind I won't speak it out. My mom used to tell me too that when I was 5 years old, I was a behave child who just sat on the corner and not as hyper as any children..hehhee..
@annierose (18946)
• Philippines
27 Feb 09
hi aisa, Thanks for the compliment. I am just chatty with my family members but with other persons, I am usually quiet because I'm so shy to talk
• United States
27 Feb 09
hehehe...oh well, it still doesn't change you to become an intelligent girl..
@Llonorra22 (1150)
• Philippines
21 Feb 09
I can say that I'm more observant than inquisitive. As far as I can remember, I always observe or examine a thing before I ask a question about it. I will never stop asking a lot of questions until I get the answer that I want. I will never stop with a yes or no answer.
@annierose (18946)
• Philippines
27 Feb 09
hi llonora, I can still remember I sometimes have that attitude also when I was a kid. =)
• Philippines
27 Feb 09
oh... really? happy posting!
@ivan2000bd (1009)
• Sweden
22 Feb 09
i was not so inquisitive in my child hood. my chil hood was very pathectic. my mother was sick in my child hood. mt father was always worried about my mother. she couldnt even speak with us properly. so i dont want to remember the days of child hood. but now a days i am very much curious about the things what i see. i always search web sites to learn more. i think child hood is the best time to learn things and remember things. but a person can learn things through out his whole life. isnt it?
@annierose (18946)
• Philippines
27 Feb 09
hi ivan, I agree with you. Learning is a never ending process.Thanks for sharing.
@cher913 (25862)
• Canada
20 Feb 09
i still am inquisitive or perhaps a better statement would be nosy. i am always asking people a bunch of questions and have even been told that i ask too many questions but i guess that is the reporter in me eh?
@annierose (18946)
• Philippines
20 Feb 09
hi cher913, I have same experienced also when I was still a kid
@dodo19 (40214)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
20 Feb 09
I'd probably have to say that I grew more and more inquisitive as I grew older. I was always curious, but I think I've become more inquisitive as time went by. I'm not entirely sure when this began to happen, but it progressively occurred.
@annierose (18946)
• Philippines
20 Feb 09
hi dodo19, I think that is really our nature.Do you think so?