I've been avoiding typing my most excellent young daughter for a while now, because she's still so young. However, considering that she's already used my essential oils to make her own magic potion perfume, picked every lock in the house multiple times, appropriates my stuff for hairbrained (OK, brilliant) inventions on a regular basis and has an ego the size of Montana (yesterday, she stubbornly and fearfully scaled a 30ft jungle gym in a witch hat and red cowgirl boots, and then stood at the tip-top yelling at the 40+ people on the playground, "Everyone, LOOK AT ME!! I am the AWESOME explorer of WONDER!!! I am a better climber than ANNNNY of YOUUUUU! Muah-HA-HA!!"...kept that up for 10 min and then started crying for me to come get her down)
I think I'm ready to say she squarely fits the ENTP bill.
I need help keeping her BUSY. Today, she's performed Defying Gravity in an endless loop with a witch outfit and green face paint, made cookies, sketched elaborate plans for a fortified city, decided she's going to conquer Tibet, tattooed her sisters with markers, read 5 books, sped the toddler through the house in a baby stroller a la drag racing, written her friends illustrated letters and is plotting away for what she thinks we should all do for the afternoon. My brain...reels. I'm energetic, but wow, it's just a whole new degree of busy. She HATES doing the same thing twice.
My brain is seriously tapped out of things to keep her occupied. You people are brilliant. What did you like to do when you were small?