How to Tell if Your Child is Going to Become a Blogger #Bloggers #Blogging

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Following on from my post ‘How To Tell If Your Child Is Going To Be A Writer,’ I thought I should do a post on how to tell if your child is going to be a blogger.

You might already believe your child  will be a future blogger, as they are a whiz on your tablet and can name all the main forms of social media.

But have you checked for the not so obvious signs?

Here are the signs of a future blogger:

  1. Your child spends hours building thriving and engaging communities with their toys or little friends at nursery / school.
  2. Your child will enjoy letting their toy or friendship community know how they are feeling, giving them some insight on how their day has gone and asking for feedback on their latest fancy dress outfit.
  3. Your child constantly compares the size of their toy community to the toy followings of their friends.
  4. Your child is keen to give actionable advice on a wide range of topics and resorts to drawing you some handy instructions.
  5. Your child likes to make things look pretty and visually appealing. They will be addicted to covering everything in sight with glitter, sparkly bits and fancy fabric pieces.
  6. From a young age your child has been keen to work out how they can monetize chores.
  7. They will want to make a difference in the world and want to understand how they can help others.
  8. They are keen to share adventures and experiences in their life with others.
  9. They will have a view or make a comment on EVERYTHING!
  10. At an early age they will have a good appreciation of fonts and know what works for them.
  11. They count their toy community everyday to check that there have been no changes to their overall follower count. If their figures are down and some plastic toy followers have gone missing – they will go into meltdown!

Have a fabulous day!

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Lucy Mitchell lives in South Wales with her husband, her two teenage daughters, a giant labrador and a gang of unruly cats. Lucy is the author of the award winning blog, BlondeWriteMore and was a Featured Romance Author on Wattpad. When she’s not working or writing, Lucy can be found listening to audiobooks in a muddy field with her dog or sat outside her local pub in the sunshine enjoying a glass of wine. Her debut novel Instructions Falling In Love Again is OUT now and already pulling in some fabulous reviews ❀️

39 thoughts on “How to Tell if Your Child is Going to Become a Blogger #Bloggers #Blogging

      1. Lucy almost year on …. and she is always writing things and telling me she wants it blogged! She even, independently, went on her tablet and voted for bloggers for the ABBA’s πŸ˜‚

  1. This made me laugh! I’ve never noticed this with my nephew, but he seems to be vastly interested in storytelling. My mom has written a book, and he was working on his own book just yesterday. It was well illustrated for a 6-year-old. Apparently in his class, he’s been the only one in his age group in school that creates stories that are comprehensive. I wonder if he’ll become a writer. I’ll have to read the other blog you wrote about that. I’m playing catch up on my blog reading.

    Hope you have a fabulous day!

  2. Love it Lucy; had me chuckling all the way. My eldest scored top marks in his English GCSE’s last year and displayed many if these traits as a youngling so I suspect at some point he will descend into the online world deeper. Probably has already as his mates seem to follow my pages already!!!

    Gosh, maybe he is a covert blogger already and not wanting me to know!!!!

      1. Thanks to you I am filled with conspiracy theories; his mate are merely spying on numbers and reporting back!! Terrible state of affairs lol

      2. Eek; I knew I liked the toddler age better!!! I may take up horticulture instead of blogging very shortly now !!!

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