I think it is interesting to look at children's (and adults') interests and professions in relation to their parents. Do you work in the same field as your father or your mother? Do your kids like to play the same sport as you? Maybe you play the guitar for pleasure - do any of your children like to play the guitar? Maybe your children's interests are completely different than yours - that certainly is possible.
When my older siblings were old enough to babysit us younger siblings (I am the 3rd youngest of 13 kids), my parents took up dancing. They started with square dancing but also did round dancing as well (round dancing is kind of like ballroom dancing). Dancing was my mother and father's outlet -
I have tons of memories of my parents dancing together. My dad would record the instructor's "calls" for a new dance and then replay the recording in our kitchen while him and my mother practiced the new dance steps. My brothers and I would run through the kitchen dodging their footsteps - we must have drove them crazy!
Well, I wouldn't consider Sarah and I to be "dancers". Sure, I can do the Electric Slide and I like to shake it up to classic dance music from The Jackson Five, Shalamar and the like...but no, we are not dancers.
Our girls love to dance so it will be interesting to see where it leads them in the years to come.
This is a clip I got of Anna dancing with Sarah. I love this clip because there is so much joy radiating from BOTH of their faces: