Friday, November 18, 2011


My boys think they are superhero's.
I love comics and superhero's so when they started showing an interest, I will admit to being very excited. I really wanted the boys to come to their own love of superhero's though and didn't really encourage or focus on the masked crusaders to see how far their enjoyment would go.

It has gone further then I ever could have expected and it's officially gotten slightly embarrassing.
Both boys no longer answer to their names.
Zac has started introducing himself as Green Lantern. Occasionally he puts on his Batman cape and insists on being called Green Bat.
Eli switches his superhero up daily, Wednesday he was Captain America, yesterday Batman and today Superman. He has been running around the house this morning saying "Up, Up and Away!". 

Zac's birthday party is this weekend and it was a natural fit that it be a superhero theme. 
I've been working like crazy all week, sewing decorations, cutting masks and planning the food. 
I do love planning a party!
Next week I'm going to share each craft I made for the party and a few recipes, along with some cute photos of the party.
I'm pretty excited about it and hope you'll come back and check it out.
Have a good weekend!


Michelle said...

Oh, how precious! I hope Green Latern and Captain America have a great birthday!

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they are adorable!! I am following you back from the Bee Friendly Friday hop on my blog!

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Veronica said...

Very fun. Your boys will have a blast.

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