"I don't know. That's up to you. What do you want to be?"
"I don't know," he answered, worriedly.
"You have time to decide," I told him, "but whatever you do, do it for God. Do it so that people know you love Jesus and so you can teach people about Him."
He nodded, seriously, "Okay."
That was our conversation this week as Luke dressed in his soccer uniform for Career Week. Three days later, still pondering, "Mom, dogs and cats don't really do much."
"What do you mean?" I asked him.
"For Jesus," he said seriously.
He knows we believe God called our entire family for this work - little kids and pets included. "God uses animals, too," I told him. "Sometimes animals help people calm down when they are scared or mad."
He's still thinking about how to work for Jesus and I think he'll get it figured out.
Ella easily chose to be a lawyer for her dress up day, and it fits her.