And yeah, the parts of myself that are more like ISFP profiles are my love of nature, animals, the outdoors, photography, painting, beauty, and aesthetics. However, none of that really gets to the meat of how an ISFP operates and approaches the world, so what I just listed is pretty superficial and probably stereotyping the ISFP.
As a child my mother described me as 'super sensitive' (which I was). I think I was pretty aware of my surroundings, and never got in trouble in class for daydreaming or anything -- that's the only thing that seems to counter Ni being my dominant function -- at least as it is described for characteristics of children. I was a good student and never got into trouble, basically. ;-) I enjoyed the art projects the most in grade school, and for actual courses, also enjoyed math and science.