London: Singer Elton John says he will reassess his career once his little boy starts school because he knows how important it is to be there for him. John, 66, along with husband David Furnish welcomed son Zachary into the world on Christmas Day 2010, reported BBC online.
"While I'm feeling good, I'm going to keep working. When Zachary goes to school, that's another different thing. I want to take him to school and I want to pick him up. I don't want to miss that part of his childhood," he said.
The 'Rocket Man' hitmaker also said Zachary, who was born via a surrogate mother, would be traumatized to have two fathers and not a mother when he grows up. "It's going to be heartbreaking for him to grow up and realize he hasn't got a mummy. But he's so happy. I've never seen a more contented child. And you have never seen two more contented people as David and I".
Elton John may reassess his career because he doesn\'t want to miss any part of his son\'s childhood