spider-man in the house

He rummaged through my purging-for-donation pile of clothes and found this Halloween costume that I bought for PP three years ago.

Well, guess what, everyday is a costume-wearing day. He wore it for three days in a row until Mr. O put a moratorium on it. 😀

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11 thoughts on “spider-man in the house

  1. I have a kindergartner who wears costumes more often than not. He seems more himself in them, and lost without them. Your Spider-Man is quite the catch. I love the pics 💜

    1. Thank you for the comment and sharing stories about your kindergartener. I think it’s a great idea for kids this age to learn and discover creativity by having dramatic play. They don’t have too many years to do so in an innocent way. I used to do a lot of dramatic plays with the boys when both were home with me. We would read dr. Seuss books and act out the story. Now that they are going school my time with them has changed focus to doing homework and other care-taking tasks. We will go back to do more fun play when summer comes.

      1. That’s a great idea! My boy seems to have little interest in reading so maybe I’ll try that! Right now it’s more of a ‘bribe with a cookie to read book’ thing 😝

      2. my kindergartener’s teacher has the 20-minute monthly reading merit system to receive a free pizza from Pizza Hut. My boy was enthusiastic the first month and then after tasting the pizza he was discouraged because how bad it tasted.

        I had to come up to another merit system to get him going. But lately I have the 20-minute reading into his afterschool routine checklist. I posted the checklist on the wall where it is very visible for him to see. So far so good, he likes to check off things on the list.

    1. kudos to Wonder Woman! If I were to have a girl I would give her that costume too. 😀 Boys aren’t the only ones to have super power.

  2. Cho em nghịch chút mà mẹ đẹp ơi. Mai mốt em lớn, mẹ có nài nỉ em làm spider man, chưa chắc em đã chịu làm à nhen. 😉

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