If I had to do life over again... I'd skip Geometry and pay more attention to the details and structure of power in the Justice League. The Justice League is HUGE at our house, there are capes hung on the bedpost everynight, and multiple outfits for different Justice League heros. Last week, the real "Wonder Woven" came to our house and had lunch. She taught Mr. Boy the finer points of being a superhero. She even raced him around the yard. He has NOT STOPPED TALKING ABOUT THAT LUNCH. We wear Batman outfits to the grocery store, Superman to the Doctor, and it has NOT been forgotten, nor forgiven that I did not buy the $49.99 Flash Costume last Halloween. All day, I have deep conversations about the details of the Justice League. Does Flash Fly? Why does Lex Luther want to destroy Superman? How old was Green Lantern when he got his superpowers? Is the Justice League on the same team as the Power Rangers? Did Batman and "Wonder Woven" ever have children? I have no answer for these questions... is there a Justice League Handbook somewhere? I LOVE this phase! I've fully embraced it. Tonight, Mr. Boy got dressed in his Superman outfit to get ready for the nightly meeting with the Justice League. Superman starts off with a monologue, and Mr. Boy jumps up and says.. "Oh shoot! I'm speaking.." and he stands on the couch, and turns to address the TV. He then mumbles along with Superman. In his head, he IS Superman. He jumps around the room while watching Justice League, fighting the good fight with his superhero friends. Watching TV, is not a passive activity with him, it involves ALL his concentration, as he leaps around the room.
And just check out sweet Skoopi, she is totally watching the show, with the same intense concentration. There is a little bit of trepidation on her face, will the Justice League truly conquer evil again?