1. Do you apologize to your kids if you're wrong? Yes. But it's rare. ;) I think it's a great teaching opportunity.
2. Do you have a class ring, Letterman's jacket, or similar obscenely priced high school "must have"? I still have my class rings from both high school and college... though my college one was an artsy one, not a traditional looking class ring. And yes, back in high school, I had my Letterman's jacket. It was weighted down by all the buttons I collected with funny sayings on them. I'm not sure what ever happened to it- it's probably still in my parents' attic.
3. If you could be one age for the rest of your life, what age would you choose? Ha! Well, for several years running I stayed 29 on my birthdays. Now... I don't know. Every age has brought different challenges and different blessings, so I'm not sure there's any one age that I'd like to stay.
4. What is your favorite (unused) baby name? Haley. If my son had been a girl, he/she would have been Haley Johanna. Johanna was my grandma's middle name.
5. If you could make your child like something what would it be? Reading! I think reading is such an important thing in life, and people who read tend to be more educated and better informed about the world. Happily, I think we're finally getting there. I have been confused by my daughter's dislike of reading... she had the ability, but just didn't enjoy it. I, on the other hand, devour books weekly and as a kid I was always getting in trouble for reading when I was supposed to be doing other things. In the last month or so, though, my daughter has suddenly started picking up books and reading for long periods without any prompting from me. We've found some fun new-to-her series at the library, and she's really getting into them. (Among others, she's discovered Choose Your Own Adventure books, which were a favorite of mine as a kid. I didn't even know they were still around!) I'm so glad... now I just have to start working on my son!