As you know, the muppets lead not-so-secret lives as superheroes. Of course they have their secret identities. Donâ€™t all the superheroes? Because really, who wants the pressure of being super all the time? (Itâ€™s hard being a million dollar miracle muppet.)
Much like the secret life of any superhero, certain situations call for the supersuit. (â€œHoney?! Whereâ€™s my supersuit? … Because I need it!â€) And it is then that our hero perseveres â€“ even in the face of a villain trying to thwart them of their powers.
Earlier this morningâ€¦
Me: Itâ€™s raining! (Itâ€™s been a rainy week.) That means they can wear their jackets today. Yay!
Jon: Those are ridiculous.
Me: No. They are awesome.
Jon: <Shakes head. Comprehends that there is NO way heâ€™s going to talk me out of this particular fashion decision.>
Me: Better than your hobo suit.
Destroy: Batman! <Runs to jacket.>
Search: Noooo! <Runs to other side of room.>
Me: They. Are. Adorable.
Jon: Fine but weâ€™re taking off the capes.
Me: I canâ€™t believe youâ€™re taking off the capes.
Jon: I canâ€™t believe youâ€™re making them wear these.
Me: The capes are awesome.
Jon: No capes. Theyâ€™re not safe. They are a choking hazard.
I acquiesced to this. He had a point. â€œNo capes, dahling.â€
And then it was time for school. To learn all the things. But mostly to wreak havoc on the playground while showing off how adorable my favorite superheroes truly are.
Search leaned over to kiss me goodbye. Then he looked up expectantly at me.
â€œWhat are you waiting for little man?
He smiled and shrugged his arms. The sparkle in his eyes and the melody of his laugh replied, â€œI donâ€™t know. Something amazing, I guess.â€
Sigh. You are amazing, kid. You are.
(IÂ do not have any photos. They would not stop moving. So weâ€™ll close with an oldie, but a goodie.)