I’m active with my dog; I have raced homing pigeons and have a falconry license. I tend to choose my hobbies based on how interesting the other people involved happen to be. I scuba dive and like trying things that I thought I wouldn't like but never tried before. I go out of my way to let other people teach me but keep in mind the Dunning-Kruger principle while I listen. I avoid interrupting others while they talk.
Ever argue with someone who you can trust to admit when they realize they're wrong? Better than sex.
Unfortunately, I know nothing about kids but am willing to learn if you cut me some slack while I’m figuring it out. I’m pretty sure I’m not supposed to give them fake ID as a birthday present, and I know they’re supposed to win at stuff. Other than that I’m lost but interested.
Must like, or at least not mind, animals. I have a kind of organic behavioral training method for my dog; the uneducated might mistake this for spoiling them. The uneducated would be wrong. I believe that from hisr perspective, the greatest concern is that you have the ability to provide treats (I will make treats available for your first meeting with him).