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Let's talk love!



In the spirit of love, The Crossroads Chronicle interviewed two little boys last week, asking questions about Valentine’s Day, dating, and marriage. This week’s “Let’s Talk Love” story features Robbi Ann Faircloth. She is the 3-year-old daughter of Jessica Martin and Jeremy Faircloth.

What does love mean?

Robbi Ann: To love me.

How old should you be when you get a boyfriend?

Robbi Ann: I don’t want a boyfriend.

Where would you take someone on a date?

Robbi Ann: Nowhere.

If you could pick somewhere to go on a date, where would you go?

Robbi Ann: To the sawmill.

What would you wear on a date?

Robbi Ann: Um... These clothes.

What would you order to eat on a date?

Robbi Ann: Cereal.

Why do girls like flowers and candy so much?

Robbi Ann: Because they not healthy for her.

Do you have a crush?

Robbi Ann: No.



What would your mom or dad say if you told her you had a boyfriend? What would your dad say?

Robbi Ann: Um… I do NOT have a boyfriend, so...

Who was your Valentine this year?

Robbi Ann: Dani Kate Parker.

What do you give someone for Valentine’s Day?

Robbi Ann: A toy.

Who loves you a lot?

Robbi Ann: Mama.

How old should you be when you get married?

Robbi Ann: 2 hours.

What is something your dad does for your mom?

Robbi Ann: Cook supper.

What is something your mom does for your dad?

Robbi Ann: Wash clothes.

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