Most families ask, "How was your day?" but in our family, we ask "What happened to you today?" (right, Dad?)
But getting a straight answer to this question from Noah is no small feat.
Today, I asked him if the teacher read them a story at school. He couldn't remember. So I asked him about a couple of days ago (that makes sense, right, if he can't even remember today) since I had seen a little girl from his class with a book about fairies. The teacher lets them bring in books from home, and he reads them to them.
Our conversation went something like this...
Me: Was there a story about "fées" that Emmy brought?
Noah: What is "fées"?
Noah: What is fairies?
Me: Uh... little people, with wings.
So no, I still have no idea what he did at school today or any other day.