Our family and home do more to shape who we are more than anything else. It is only appropriate that we look at where we come from. This category covers our relationships with our parents and children. Also, our siblings and spouses and extend family.
What is the nicest room in your house?
What is your earliest memory?
What was the last vacation you went on?
What food reminds you of your birthday?
What was the address of the house you grew up in?
Can you do your job working from home?
What smell reminds you of home?
What is your favorite way to spend a Saturday?
Who taught you to drive?
What do you like to cook?
Did you ever think you were adopted?
What did you have for Sunday dinner growing up?
If you could hire out one household chore what would it be?
Who do you admire as a leader?
What was the last peaceful day you had?
What dish do you cook well?
What goals do you have for your family?
If you could remodel one room in your house what would it be?
Why were you given your name?
What makes a house a home?
What is the most important room in the house?
What nickname do you have?
Would you ever live in New York City? Why?
What time do you wake up in the morning?
It can be a fun diversion for people you know each other well to attempt to answer these questions for each other. For example you have 2 sisters who have known each other for 30 years. It could be fun to see if Kim knows what Ingrid favorite flower is and why she though they where daisies?