Cape Optional

They found the basket of old Halloween costumes in the back of the closet. On Wednesday they waged a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle v. Pirate War. On Thursday I boldly interrupted their galactic battle and told them to come inside for dinner. By Friday they were avenging justice on the sectional. They requested I photograph their final fight scene.

“Make sure the pictures make us look tough, mom!”

I think I delivered. They look as tough as two laughing boys can look while fighting in costumes that are three sizes too small.

Comments
11 Responses to “Cape Optional”
  1. Charlotte says:

    they look so happy – wonderful!

  2. Meg says:

    I think that it should be mandatory that all costumes for boys under the age of ten have built-in muscles.

  3. Amy says:

    Say, those are some impressive fight sequences–I was on the edge of my seat right up to the final frame! :)

  4. Alana says:

    Too cute! My two youngest brothers had a Spiderman and Superman costume when they were little, and must have pranced around in them for a year straight. This caused such a flashback for me, I love it :)

  5. ris says:

    This is too cute!

  6. Erin says:

    How cute!
    Also-I want your bookshelves!!

  7. Miss B. says:

    So tough! These are just awesome. I love their little faces trying to look fierce, lol. A great way for me to start Monday morning!

  8. Rita says:

    I miss those kind of days! Soak them up, every last drop of them.

  9. Cathy says:

    Holy cow, Batman! Superman has a tail!

  10. Monica says:

    Hee, Hee! Love it.

  11. Deana says:

    This post made me smile, reminds me so much of my two boys. Can’t wait to finishing reading some more of your post.

Leave A Comment

Hi! I’m Jules.

I used to be an attorney, but it made me grumpy. Now I write about life, sweet and savory, as a wife and mother to two small boys. My knowledge of dinosaurs knows no bounds.

You can read more, including the meaning behind the name Pancakes and French Fries here. And, yes, I really am phenomenally indecisive.