Bindi Irwin Says She Lives For Today
The preschooler approach to life is one that Bindi Irwin admires. In a new interview with The Courier-Mail, Bindi says that her 4 ½-year-old brother Robert ‘Bob’ Clarence‘sability to "live one day at a time" and not worry "about what will happen in the future" is something she finds refreshing. "He just likes to play with his chickens and revels in the moment," Bindi says, "which is a good way to be." She adds,
As she approaches her 10th birthday on Thursday, Bindi can barely contain her enthusiasm. She tells the newspaper "double digits means double the fun which is so exciting." Another thing Bindi clearly finds exciting is wildlife conservation, and she says she’s happy to use her celebrity status as the daughter of the late Steve Irwin to draw attention to the cause. Says Bindi,
Bindi and Bob’s mom is Terri Irwin, 44.
Source: The Courier Mail; Photo by Bauer Griffin.