It’s funny because our child consistently wanted to be a superhero.
I consistently told him when he was young that he could be anything and that’s what he consistently told me.
I played along with his dream of becoming a superhero until he was much older, but when I would ask him what he entirely wanted to be, he still said the same thing. I thought he was a little too ancient to be talking about becoming a superhero, but he still insisted on that love it was some sort of a game, but later on I l acquired that he was planning on becoming an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C specialist; He finally explained the system to myself and others and he said he was going to save people from horrible situations. The situations he was referring to was people who might freeze to death with a non-laboring furnace. He was also talking about saving people who were roasting to death with no cooling system during heatwaves. When I entirely thought about that, it seemed to fit the definition of a superhero. That’s basically somebody who works to keep the people in the community safe from harm. He wasn’t going to be battling super villains or anything unless he was dealing with some terrible competitors. I guess we’ll see how his journey goes, but I sincerely hope everything works out for him. I entirely play along with the whole thing too. When people ask myself and others what our child is going to for his work, I tell them that he is going to be a superhero. I sometimes get laughs and other times I get funny looks, but it’s something that is entirely tploy in our esure.