Friday, February 22, 2013


After hearing about some friends who are enrolling their three-year-old in several activities (ballet, etc), Anderson and I started talking about whether we should enroll Abraham in soccer this year, or what kinds of things we might want to enroll him in the future. Our take on it was more to see what he's interested in and follow that, rather than arbitrarily signing him up for something and hoping that he likes it. So when he came into the room while we were talking, I asked him, "Would you want to join a soccer team with other kids and play soccer?"


"Do you want to do ballet?"


"Do you want to learn to play an instrument, like piano?"






"Do you want to take a dance class?"


"Do you want to ice skate?"


"Rock climb?"


He was rapid-fire agreeing to everything, so we started getting extreme. "Go mountain climbing?"


"Jump out of an airplane?"

"With a parachute?" he asked.

"Yes." I said.

"Yes." he replied.

"Without a parachute?" I asked, to clarify.

"Yes." he said.

Okay then! We've narrowed that down!

1 comment:

  1. thank you, thank you,thank you as always for these posts. Your kid is simply Amazing!