I guess that depends upon what your definition of a child is. Do you define a child by chronological age or by observing behavior? My mother always reminded me that I behaved like a child. Now some people might consider that comment to be an insult, but I always perceived it to be a compliment and virtue. My internal child gave me the ability to perform and write music, poems, solve engineering problems and even design several of the homes that I have lived in, without the accompanying anxiety and fear caused by stressing or despairing over what adults might think, say or do to discourage me.
I have met too many creative people who worried about what others would think of their writing, art, music or other innovative creations. And as a result they became paralyzed by the fear of not being accepted. So if I am to be labeled as anything, I prefer it to be as a "childlike spirit" who resisted the temptation and peer pressure to act like an adult.
"The Child is Father of the Man"