According to the mystical charts, our Sagittarius son is a born adventurer.
We are warned not to be surprised if our baby gets into all kinds of trouble before he can even walk. As such, our role is to help him along the righteous path by making his life as fun, varied, and stimulating as possible. We are recommended to promote endless family vacations as well long, rambling adventures outdoors and rousing games of hide-and-seek.
Like his strapping father, Kingsley shall be naturally athletic and will need to work off excess energy doing things that are playful and physical. Perhaps I shall enroll him into the soccer and swim teams, weekly classes of interpretive dance, modern jazz or tap. Should Erroll have his way, then its mixed martial arts and basketball for the boy.
Should my mum – Kingsley’s Jiajia Dora – have a say, it’ll be more like reading and activity books that will provide the boy’s mind with stimulation. Kingsley’s ex-teacher granny has forewarned that we are to release the child into her custody so that museums, zoos, and art galleries are visited, and that we need not worry as his desire for freedom will be entertained with fantasy play and far-flung discussions on universal matters.
And as an ambitious mother, I have every expectation that our Sagittarius baby will develop into a bright, exuberant, optimistic, and outgoing young boy, with fine motor skills, Olympic class hand-eye coordination, professorial levels of cognitive abilities and an even better sense of judgment. No pressure, my poppet baby Sagittarius…