What Job Can You Imagine Your Baby Doing?

Well I have been tagged, again, I know I told you I had a few to do. This is a tough one, what job can you imagine your baby doing? It has been set up by Mummy Matters and anyone can join in.

So what do I imagine Baba doing when he is older?

Since Baba has been able to move, ie hold things, he has wanted to pull them apart. He loves seeing things apart and then tries to put them back together again. He is a hardcore artist and loves to draw things, and create things. He has a lot of patience for both of these things, and will sit for hours doing both of these activities and is so pleased when he has completed it. He gets up and claps and shouts for you to see what he has done.

He is a really strong-willed boy and knows what he wants when he is playing with his toys if you put something in the wrong place you get told off. He has a plan of action and he is not satisfied until it is completed.

All of this put together I really think he is going to be some engineer or designer, I am not sure in what but I feel that is the way that he is going to go. He loves making, creating and developing. Mr L reckons he will be a car designer, or architect. I am not so sure about them, but I do think he will do something along that line. So the wait begins to see if his mummy and daddy were correct. Or how many times we change our ideas before he reaches work!

So here are some tags:

Me, The Man & The Baby



Diary Of A First Child

I would just like to state that this is just for fun and whatever Baba decides to do we will support him and encourage him to get his dream!

10 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Luschka @ Diary of a First Child
    Aug 21, 2010 @ 14:16:51

    Lol! I’m a total partypooper here, but I have no expectations! I grew up with expectations of what I ‘would’ do, ‘should’ do or my mom or dad wanted me to be/become, and I’ve not become any of those things and have a huge complex about never having met their expectations. I am pretty proud of myself and where I am and what I’ve done, but I don’t feel that it’s ever been enough, so from the beginning, I’ve never had hopes/expectations of what I want her to be.

    That said, when she was a littlie, she used to wave her arms around so much, we thought she was a born air hostess. Now days she climbs on EVERYTHING and we joke she’s going to be one of those people who climb cliff faces to fix the wildlife/remove the weeds in cracks and so on!

    Interested to see what everyone else says!


    • andthenallithoughtaboutwasyou
      Aug 21, 2010 @ 14:22:56

      Oh I know what you mean, it’s not a post that will be taken seriously at all.

      Whatever he wants to do will be fine and we will support him.

      The way he tells us all off he is going to be a person in charge, even if he isn’t meant too I think hee hee!


  2. Jingle
    Aug 21, 2010 @ 15:19:36

    they choose,
    I follow..

    my older one is 17,
    it is hard to force my ideas,
    he is on his own and off to college in September..


  3. Mummymatters
    Aug 21, 2010 @ 23:22:12

    That’s just it, this is meant to be a fun meme to look back on in years to come and see how far off the mark we were. Our children have so much living to do before they even contemplate a career choice, there are going to be so many life experiences which might sway them but as parents I’m sure we will always be very proud! I know I will and I can see that you and Mr L will x


  4. Emma
    Aug 22, 2010 @ 18:20:36

    How cool is your boy??? I’m not sure what Chick will do but she loves showing off and dancing around so maybe she’ll be a lap dancer 😉 I honestly don’t mind what she wants to do as long as she works!!! x


  5. Jan
    Aug 23, 2010 @ 09:53:52

    If you use this blog as a diary ,in years to come ,you can read back and see how right you were …love Jan xx


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