Growing up, dinosaurs were big.
They were the coolest, fastest, most agile, and smartest thing on Earth.
That’s why I grew up loving dinosaurs.
Growing up, my favorite dinosaurs were the Tyrannosaurus Rex and the Velociraptor Rex, and I grew to love dinosaurs because they were just so awesome.
And I grew-up eating lots of dinosaurs, too, so that was cool.
Growing-up, I loved dinosaurs, but they were also pretty tough and pretty much everywhere, and my friends and I didn’t really have a lot of time to get together and play with them.
We were mostly just hanging out, watching movies, eating popcorn, and laughing.
We didn’t have much time to interact with dinosaurs because of our busy schedules.
So, I’ve always been an adventurous kid.
I’ve done lots of crazy things, from swimming to riding my bike to hanging out with my dad and a bunch of other kids.
I went to the zoo, but I was pretty scared.
I went to a lot, and then I was in a little class called Dinosaurs for My Baby, which was an after-school program for kids ages 6 to 12.
It was basically a day-long experience where you went to all the different dinosaur sites, and they showed you all the dinosaurs and they taught you how to identify and tell them apart from each other.
So, for the first time in my life, I learned about dinosaurs.
It was really, really cool.
But the coolest thing was that I got to hang out with all the other kids who were like, “What are you going to do?
How are you gonna eat dinosaurs?
How is your family going to survive?”
And then we were like: “Let’s go!”
And that’s when it really started.
The coolest thing I’ve ever been to was at the zoo.
There were dinosaurs, and there were all these people that were really excited to see dinosaurs.
They really wanted to go to the park and play.
I remember being like, Why are we playing with these scary, prehistoric creatures?
So, I went there and saw these dinosaurs, like, for a second.
And then I realized that there were dinosaurs everywhere.
I was like, Wow, this is just awesome.
I’m like, So that’s how it started.
I saw these incredible, massive, prehistoric-looking creatures and I was just blown away.
I mean, I grewup in an era where we didn’t think much about dinosaurs, so it was super cool to see them in person.
But it was also really cool to be around all the people who were excited to have dinosaurs around.
The kids I grew with really were really into it.
They loved it.
I used to take a dinosaur photo and I would go home and I’d say, “I love these dinosaurs!”
And my mom would say, You know what?
I’m like a dinosaur.
And she was like: We’re all dinosaurs.
We all want to be like this.
I just thought, Wow.
I think that when I got older, I realized dinosaurs had a lot more meaning to me.
Because I was so excited about them.
And they were so big and so cool, and so awesome, and scary, and all these cool things that were just a part of the world.
They had so much to do with what we thought of as childhood.
Growing Up, I was an adventurous little kid.
We had a really big family, so I always had a bunch to do.
So I was always looking forward to going out and getting in trouble, and it was so awesome to go and do things that I didn