Hmmm. I don't have any kids in my house under the age of 13, and so Rocket wouldn't have regularly
been exposed to kids under 12 since the time he was a pup. My breeder has young kids, but I believe the youngest is 8 or 9.
From the time he was a wee pup he has been absolutely fine with babies and small children or toddlers. Last March he played "fetch" with a little girl barely turned 3. She would throw his flying squirrel and he would go get it and come stand in front of her and let her take it from him as he gently let go. He did this over and over. The grandpa was so happy, because she was a little afraid of big dogs.
When we go running, he will see small children and his tail starts doing big wags, and his ears get a little back in his "happy" look. My oldest has an older friend that has a 5 month old baby, and when she brings him over, we are very very careful with Rocket but he freakin' loves that baby. He will follow them around unless I make him lay down (which he will) and where ever they end up, he lays at her feet. He loves to sniff the car seat, and if we are holding him, Rocket will sniff his feet and wag, giving them a lick then laying at our feet. For all intents and purposes, he seems more than fine around them.
He also has gone to teach bite prevention classes with kids from Kindergarten to 5th grade. He loves it. If we are visiting friends with small kids, he loves to run around out there with them. Of course, I supervise him closely, out of prudence, but he will whine if he can't be with them.
The same goes for my poor younger two. If they have friends over, I always hear "MOM! Will you call the dog? He's following us around!"
Like I said, this isn't something I purposely socialized. And while I have kids, I never took him around little ones specifically, and he just seems to have a special affinity for them.
As for adults, he still likes them but is beginning to finally
show some aloofness. He is still not quite as aloof as I'd prefer, but he is still young.