1. Thankful. So happy for something that someone else is doing for you.
2. Happy. The opposite is sad, so does that explain it. Its a good feeling.
3. Loving. To be next to each other, like what? A. hugging
4. Excited. Really really happy
5. Polite. Good manners
6. Gentle. Calm, quiet, soft no wild celebration smacks.
7. Peaceful. Not grabbing or fighting
8. Funny. Like a monkey or a clown
9. Grateful. I appreciate everything you and mommy do for me.
10. Caring. When you shrug your shoulders and say I don't care it means you don't care but the opposite is caring, that is your helpful and ahavas yisrael [loving your neighbor].
11. Sensitive. Not embarrassing people or hurt other peoples feelings.
12. Behaved. Behaving, helping, listening, taking a bath, going to sleep right away, you need to be behaved every single second.
13. Humble. Not to be a big shot.
14. Generous. To give Tzedaka [charity], always helping and sharing with others.
15. Wise. To be wise is to read a lot of books, learn a lot of Torah and to become a great leader.
16. Mitzvos.[Commandments] Always doing good deeds, keeping shabbos, tzedaka [charity], keeping the holidays, listen to mommy and tatty mother and father, Kosher, saying a brocho [blessing], have ahavas Yisroel [love your neighbor], saving kids in Africa with giving them clean water, and bringing Moshiach [Messiah]!
17. Toichendik [educational]. Means watching toichindik [educational] videos, like Rebbe videos or uncle moishe, reading books like Amazing Book of Facts, using the ipad for math and reading and not angry birds, addicting games. Also not stupid clips on youtube, only going to teaching sites, like Kahn Academy or Starfall, Tzivos Hashem website not shtusim [silly things].)