Making career choices

Last night was my night to tuck Woo in. As we lay in the dark chatting, he told me he wanted to talk about sports. We spent pretty much the entire weekend outside doing vaguely sporty things, so I was pleased that he went there. I figured that we could talk about some new things to try, or some of the things that Willy and I like to play.

All he wanted to talk about was skating at first, but gradually we started to move to new winter sports, and I found out that he is not interested in skiing and does want to do some snowshoeing. He got to try it this weekend and had fun despite it being hard work. We moved on to summer sports, and I talked about soccer and T-Ball. He was lukewarm to soccer, but seemed interested in T-ball. I asked him if he wanted to try it this spring.

He was silent for a moment, and I thought that he was considering it. “Mommy”, he said very seriously, “will they pay me to play T-ball?”

After I laughed for a few minutes, I explained about recreational sports and how very few people get paid to play sports, but most like us, play for the fun and the exercise. At least I know that he’s thinking about his future, though the jury is still out on whether he’ll play T-ball for free this summer.

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Ottawa mom to two crazy little peeps, wife to my favourite geek. More on me later.
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12 Responses to Making career choices

  1. Chantal says:

    LOL that is so cute!

  2. SC says:

    That’s too cute! He’s thinking about his future like you say… and with that attitude I bet he’ll get paid big bucks for doing something in life, sporty or not!

  3. Krista - The Tech Mom says:

    awww so sweet!

  4. Somekindofmom says:

    How did he get the idea that he could be paid to play sports? That is very cute!

  5. Capital Mom says:

    That kid is a planner. 🙂

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