Out of Curiousity…

What is your favourite colour, and is that different to when you were a child?

You can reply here or on my facebook wall thing doodacky whatever it is (Karyn At Kloppenmum).

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About Karyn @ kloppenmum

kloppenmum is me, Karyn Van Der Zwet, mother of three and ex-teacher. I'm part of a revolution in parenting, with the aim to raise mature (not sophisticated) and self-assured children. I also know some stuff about adults. I have also had articles printed in The Journal for The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (Children and Young People) and the US parenting magazine, Pathways to Family Wellness, as well I regularly write for World Moms Blog (named as one of the Forbes 100 most useful blogs for women 2012 &2013). You can follow me on facebook (kloppenmum) pinterest (Karyn at Kloppenmum) and twitter (@kloppenmum). I'm also vaguely on LinkedIn (Karyn Van Der Zwet). Thanks to Joe (Mr Hare) for taking the photo. Cheers, son: xxxx.
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10 Responses to Out of Curiousity…

  1. WandP says:

    Interesting question Karyn. I’m pretty sure my favourite colour as a kid was blue. But it has changed over the years. As a teenager it was green and now my favourite colour is grey 🙂

  2. Gail says:

    As a child, blue. Now, I love all colors. It’s been a process of stopping having a prejudice against a color – like orange – to genuinely loving every color. I probably default mostly to green though when decorating my home.

  3. Was hopelessly devoted to pink and purple; moved through a solid ten years of orange; and now base my favorite on my mood. Nesting I prefer blue. Proud I prefer orange. Relaxed I prefer brown. Agitated I prefer red. Sad I prefer yellow…and on and on.

  4. As a child I loved writing my name with red and green letters (with a yellow g), so these were my favourites. Now, as an adult I always choose red but because I know what red is all ABOUT I’m trying to like blue more. I’m looking forward to the book.

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