Leaning towards homeschooling...
I realize it's early as my son is not quite 2 1/2... but he is a very curious, sensitive, energetic little guy and I'm having serious doubts about his ability to sit and do "schoolwork" without being browbeaten into submission, so to speak. He HAS to keep moving, unless something really sparks his interest (books featuring cement mixers, Daddy's fishing magazine, etc) in which case he can be very focused.
He would rather walk down the street and watch the construction of a new house than read a book about it. Likewise, he jumps at the chance to help chop veggies, make soup, wipe down the windows and help put clothes in the dryer rather than watch me do it. I love that he gets so excited and physically involved in everything and I can't imagine him being able to sit and focus on lessons when there is so much he could be doing.
He is extremely social as well, saying hi to everyone in the supermarket or the playground. He gravitates towards younger kids, trying to hug them and bring them toys, and tends to get taken advantage of by older toddlers and kids. If I had to guess which personality type he'll end up as I would say ESFP. Everything is amazing to him and he'll notice and point out every detail, squealing and talking about it (or yelling, if he doesn't think you heard him the first time).
My husband thinks he can learn to sit and focus and doesn't foresee any problems at school, but my gut is telling me otherwise.
Is there really any reason to suspect that my son would have a hard time in school based on his current interests, abilities and preferences? Or am I reading too much into the fact that he is an active toddler and expecting a problem?