Sunday, 30 December 2007

Childhood Careers

Have you ever noticed how many different jobs people suggest children might have when they grow up?
So far Kaydin will be 7 different things in counting.
he loves playing with tools and has helped numerous uncles, daddy's (his and other peoples) in building or constructing things so maybe he will be a builder.
Or as he can recognise a rugby ball anywhere or even just the shape of one he might be a rugby player (I've been teaching him to say Dan Carter)
He could drive any kind of vehicle really, motorbikes and trucks are his favourite but boats and trains come a close second followed by buses and helicopters.
Then comes the ones his dads not so sure about like a make up artist. He could be a hairdresser as he loves playing with, brushing my hair, Opoes, Aunty's anybodies really.
And he loves pretending to put make up on others and is always getting into my lip gloss, moisturiser or thin Lizzy so perhaps a make up artist.
As a typical boy he loves running, jumping, falling, rolling around on the floor and after watching him Christmas night one of my uncles came up with him being a stunt double. then after being told about his make up artist option the uncles decided he could do both, especially on those budget films where he could do his own make up before doing his stunt acts.
Then again he also likes handbags and high heels. He recently got upset at a shoe shop when he was stuck in a trolley and unable to pick out shoes to try on. so maybe a fashion designer is o n the cards to.

Whatever he may choose to be i hope he always knows I and his family will always be there to support him in all his endeavors :)


Annie said...

Hell yeah!
What about plumber? We need one of those... although hairdresser would be handy

mummi said...

well he does love water and playing with taps so maybe a plumber