Aaron: [00:11:30] You know, before I had kids, I thought all the time about how I’d, you know, not only pass down that fandom, but also, you know, instill a love of sports in them, because I played three sports a year. I played basketball, baseball, soccer, you name it. You know, I wanted to play it. So, you know, I have three boys now. And, you know, I obviously push for them to be involved in sports, with my oldest, who’s almost 12 now. And it quite frankly, just it never, never materialized like I thought it would. And I had a really hard time with that at first. You know, one of the times where I really knew that I had to adjust my thinking was when he was offered through school, some, you know, a variety of activities to choose from. And, you know, among those activities were the traditional sports, like football and things like that. But also Rainbow Loom. Back when that was a thing, you know, the kids making the multicolored bracelets. And, you know, he came to me and said, “Dad, you know, I’m going to play football.” And I said, “You’re going to play football? In what universe do you play football?” I said, “Look at all this other stuff.” And he said, “Well, you know, I just want you to be happy. I know football is important to you.” And, you know, I really felt bad at that point. I did. And I said, “Buddy, you know, I’m sorry if I put pressure on you to do that.” I said, “You know, you love Rainbow Loom. You love making these bracelets. You should do that if you’re happy.” And he ended up doing that. And it’s just it was a reminder that, you know, you get the kids you get and you need to celebrate them and be happy with them, even if they don’t share what you like. And my kids have certainly taught me that.