Sunday, February 1, 2009

Dynamic d'Evegnees

Getting home from Church at noon increases not only the time we have for family play, but apparently it sends our kids' imaginations into a new dimension where costumes roam free and super-hero-powers come alive.

A few Sundays ago the kids were playing downstairs while I was causing a wave of domestic destruction in the kitchen and preparing Sunday dinner. When I went downstairs I found them in a huddle of heroic proportions, collectively fighting off galactic bad guys en masse. They had already created the cast of characters, complete with the description of their super-powers and a plot for their upcoming movie (which is still in negotiations with the producers--aka the parents who own the expensive equipment).

The names, the powers, and the costumes were all their own--I'm just the lady that brought it to the big screen!


mimi said...

Oh my goodness!...HILARIOUS !!!! They are so adorable and Wow those imaginations are Awesome!:)

Joseph and Mary + Five said...

I'm glad my kids aren't the only ones trying to save the galaxy. I love all of Eve's poses!! Watch out boys! I think Peter's power should be in his cheeks!! I want to eat them with a spoon! Cute, cute, cute!

JT42 said...

that is too good! what amazing imaginations and costumes! your kids are so creative!

by the way, i think i need technology lessons from you-you seem to always know how to make things look so great (ie. the superhero definitions)!!!

Dacia said...

What awesome super heroes! They all have such cool powers! Especially falling in love and stepping on them :)

jenny said...

Just too cute! What wonderful imaginations... that is boys for you! My kids like to play Musical and make up songs and dances aka High School Musical... that is what happens when a girl is the oldest!

Kenzie - Ryan - Livee- Emmeline said...

They are so cool. I look at your family and I always want to have a lot of kids and be like you guys. They all are so cute and seem like they have such a party together all the time.

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