Here's a random sampler of questions I've been asked recently as Nicholas (3), Cole (4) & I are driving somewhere.
Where are we going?
When are we going to get there?
Why are you going this way?
Why are you going so fast?
Why are you going so slow?
Why did you stop?
Why did you go over those bumps?
Why did you swerve?
Who did you wave to?
Why did you honk your horn?
Why is your horn so small?
In how many minutes are we going to get there?
What should we count to?
What's that man doing?
Who is he?
Is his mower like yours?
Are we going by daddy's office?
Are we going by mommy's office?
Are we going by grammy's office?
Why are you playing that music?
Can you play our songs?
Can we go by an excavator [their words]?
Why do you have a truck?
What do you do with it?
Are you going to get a new one?
Can it be the color of my daddy's car?
Are we going down the hill or up the hill?
Why are traffic lights [their words] red, yellow and green?
Can't they be blue or white and other stuff?
Can we play I Spy?
That's a modest sampling. There's more. Always more. Grand children.