Saturday, February 7, 2009

The Sacred Guardian of Justice (who knew he wore a black, sparkly headband?)

Jack walked up to me dressed in his Superhero getup (which is comprised of the following):

1. Plush Tiger mask
2. Winnie the Pooh blanket-cape
3. Go-Diego-Go tool belt (complete with magnifying glass, ultra colorful swiss army knife and walkie-talkie)
4. Buzz Lightyear slippers (thank you DiscoMommy!)
5. A Black, sparkly headband(which he swiped from his sister)

He thrust his right fist straight up in the air and shouted with great conviction,

"Momma! My a Superhero and my want justice!"

Oh my...

I stifled a laugh and said, "Oh Jack, you're such a Goof-Ball."

Without missing a beat he thumped his chest and he came back with,

"Yessss... BUT! My the Goof-Ball of JUSTICE!"

Then he stuck his nose in the air, threw his Winnie the Pooh blanket-cape over his shoulder, turned on his heel and ran away.

Undoubtedly to seek Justice.


Don said...

He's going to be a great writer and actor some day. All the personas and the personalities to bring them to life. Love it!

Michelle said...

My friends have a little baby girl named Justice.....she's awfully cute, and he might actually now have a chance at finding "Justice"!

VikingMom said...

Yet another awesome Jack story. Tamila couldn't wait for me to read this one and now I know why! I feel much safer now that Jack's in charge.

Diane Davis said...

um, could you please get him to tackle poverty, child abuse, and war? thanks.

StephanieJ said...

I LOVE it! Isaac and Steve (yes) got matching Super Hero costumes for Christmas this year (cape, mask, arm bands of power), we have had a lot of Super Hero work happening at our house in the past months as well. I love how powerful little boys feel at this to keep them feeling strong and powerful!

The Unlikely Pastor's Wife said...

hahahaha. that is adorable!

World of Wright said...

That is too cute!