Monday, July 28, 2008

Photos of the Day - Superheroes.

Superheroes work together as a team and strike cool poses.

They make swooshie sounds as they do fancy yoga moves.

They leap off of tall things and they run super quick - they are so fast that they are a blur and their capes flutter!

Of course superheroes have sensitive fingers too - which hurt when banged against a corner while running in circles at superhero speed.


Our Home Schooler and Jen said...

Yahooo superheros

awwwwwwwwww dear poor superhero
would it be better with a super kiss from a Super mum - your super mom

Lisa Zahn said...

We have silks just like that! My kids, who are now 9 and 11 and seem so grown up, still use them for so many various things in their play.

dawn klinge said...

That's exactly how our play silks get used when my son has them. ;) The little story to go with the photos is so cute.

Anonymous said...

Great photos! We have silks, too, although ours are all variations in pinks/red/oranges and my girls mostly play princesses or fairies, but it's the same general idea. Sorry about the bumped fingers!

Anet said...

So cute, I had a couple of super heroes and two princesses running around my yard yesterday. Why didn't I grab my camera?!

Those big tears, I hope it wasn't too bad of ouchie! Super guys have super tears!!

Sharon said...

I'm surprised he let you take his picture but it's a great shot, poor fellow. Hope he's recovered and is back to saving the world!

Angie said...

I remember the days of dress-up. My girls used to play for hours and it always included every doll and stuffed animal they owned.

Your pictures are adorable.

RunninL8 said...

How FUN!!! I used to always be UNDERDOG when I was a super hero!
Silks are the GREATEST playthings around IMHO.
Oh, and those tears-poor guy!

Lisa Anne said...

Oh, big kisses on those sensitive little fingers. Super Heroes are cute even when they are crying.

Teaching Handwork said...

I agree super heroes are cute even when they cry.

Silks are a MUST in every house hold...can we put that in the list of
"things you need on your baby registry"

So few of us know the magic in silk