This stuff (kids sports /activities these days) drives me crazy. I have colleagues whose son has been playing (expensive!) travel team hockey since he was eight. At the time, I couldn't understand why they felt the team needed to pay teams from other states, since they were still assigning positions based on "who can actually skate backwards". Now, at age sixteen, and much $$$ later, the kid is way too small to get a hockey scholarship, which I gather was the point all along?
My daughter dances, and spends a lot of time at it, and is quite good, but has no plan to do it professionally. But several girls her age are now being home schooled, and spending two months this summer at expensive, out of town, "intensives" in the hope of a 'lucrative' five to ten year career as a professional dancer.
My biggest issue is it feels like kids need to pick and specialize starting from about age six, because if they change their minds at age 10, there's no way to catch up with kids who have been doing whatever for four years.
So no, zuzu, you are not crazy.