After a few weeks of attending gymnastics, my son did not want to go back anymore. I was once again disappointed that my son did not stick to it. We have been trying to find something that he would like to do but it seems to not work. I mean, I don't want to push him to do something that he doesn't want to do but at the same time, I don't want him to think that he can quit whenever he wants to as life isn't like that.
He has to learn how to work on something and stick with it. My husband said that he is still too young, he is right but my point is, when is the right age for him really pick what he wants to do as a hobby. I guess when he is ready, he will let us know.
He does do what he have learned for that short period of time attending gymnastic class though. Him and his sister sometimes do the tricks at our living room.
kids are always fun and flexible, they are indeed your little acrobats.ReplyDelete
It is good for parents to let their kids choose what they want to do most. Give your boy time, and he'll figure out his interests.ReplyDelete
I wish my kids are into sports as I am. None of them show interest on it and sometimes I have to give a little push to my oldest one. I want them to enjoy sports and get the benefits of doing it which is good health. Your daughter is so gifted sis she does a lot of things, maybe your boy someday he will do something he will excel, something you do not expect.ReplyDelete
Awe! Looks at your two Acrobats. Well, so sorry about that mommy, but maybe he just has something else that he is interested in. Or maybe just hasn't found the one yet. I am sure like you said when he is ready, he is ready. I actually would love to enroll Harley to a martial arts class and gymnastic class for Selby.ReplyDelete