From the second your child draws his first breath, you're probably paying attention to his personality. Does your infant need to be in the company of other people at all times? Is your toddler quick to hold a conversation with any checkout clerk, dog, or other child who crosses their path? It's only natural to be on the lookout for early signs your child will be an extrovert.
If your kid will chat up anybody and is the life of every birthday party on the block, you likely have a little extrovert on your hands. According to Psychology Today, extroverts thrive on social interaction and make up 50 to 74 percent of the population. Chances are, your kiddo will have plenty of fellow social butterflies to play with on the playground.
Granted, no one is born 100 percent extrovert or extrovert. The same kid who rules the birthday party circuit may clam up at a family reunion. But on the whole, people tend to favor one type of personality type over the other. Read on to see if these signs remind you of your own little partygoer. Lastly, if none of these traits ring true, then your child is quite possibly an introvert.