Tuesday, July 26, 2011

52 Weeks of Happiness :: Week 21


My little superhero!

Last week we went to Superhero Camp at
the most awesome place in Athens,
Treehouse Kid and Craft.

It was beyond amazing!


Griffin was granted his superpower,
which was invisibility in a can.
He was told to never allow his parents
to open his superpower.

Which, I have vowed to never do,
lest he would discover that his superpower
was actually a can of green beans.


They wrote a pledge and recited
the words with their right hands
held high in the air.

They also used a secret identity name generator
to come up with their secret identity name.

Don't tell anyone but Griffin's name is

Buzz Gordon.


He was issued his cape
and they tested them to make sure that they worked
by running back and forth in front of the store.

Look at the determination on his face.

You can tell that he is trying
so hard to actually achieve flight.


This was the most adorable little group of scamps
to gather together in the name of justice.


Of course, all capes had to be retested
for flight capabilities
after their costume was complete.


They also couldn't resist testing their
wall climbing capabilities.
We all know that all successful
superheroes can scale walls.

It was just about the cutest,
most imaginative,

and fun week

that we've had all summer.

I adore the ladies at

Treehouse for being

so awesome

and craftalicious


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Tima said...

OMG! That's the coolest ever. Ethan would love that.

Tiffany said...

That is so cool!


Pobby said...
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Pobby said...

Seeing these superheroes makes me believe they will actually save the planet! :)

Go Buzz Gordon!!!!

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

That is the coolest camp ever!

Kristy said...

How cute!

Meggs said...

This is probably the coolest blog entry I have ever read. Just sayin' - those pics are GREAT! What amazing memories they'll no doubt evoke when he's all grown up and remembering his childhood. So priceless!!!

Uyen said...

What a neat camp! I've never heard of that before! It looks like a lot of fun and you got some really cool pictures from it too!

Linda D. said...

Adorable! Looks so fun and "retro". May all of those little superheroes use their powers for good!

Christy said...

adorable!! I love the pledge to save the world! You take the best photos. XO Christy

Renegades said...

Superhero camp looks fun.

Jenn said...

What a fun idea. I love the photos. Your son's secret identity is safe with me.

From Tracie said...

Super Hero camp?

That is such a fun idea! I love it.

He looks like a great super hero to me!

Sarah said...

How fun! I wish we had that around here.

Singedwingangel said...

That is the neatest idea and as a mom of 3 boys something I wish we had around here when my boys were little. CUTE pics and I love that his power is contained in a can of green beans lol. I will never tell

tiarastantrums said...

how adorable!! My son would have loved that during his Spiderman phase!!

Jen said...

Wow! So much fun!

Chic Homeschool Mama said...

Oh my goodness Leigh- that looks like so much fun!!

Jessica said...

So funny! Love for the SUPERHEROES!!!

Priscilla said...

Looks like fun!

Karen Mortensen said...

That is just too cute. What a wonderful idea.

jOni lAnE said...

k, i think I would really like to attend this. for me. yup. i said it. for me.

Mama Zen said...

That is the cutest thing ever!

Caroline of Salsa Pie said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE!!! What an amazing place to have in your area. Looks like SO much fun and a HUGE kudos to the ladies at Treehouse for such an awesome Camp!

Great post, Leigh. You captured the spirit perfectly in both pictures and words.
p.s. I love that the superhero powers were actually a can of beans. That is so my style! Ha! Love it! xo

Sue said...

What a creative idea!


Pieni Lintu said...

Funny and cute super heroes! :D

Annabella said...

Oh I have this all to come - my 3 year old is just discovering his super powers! Lovely images of what looks like an amazing experience! Enjoying linking up for the first time.

R Montalban said...

Great pictures, and I love the story behind them.

Kimberly Kay said...

pure awesomeness.

Susan said...

Oh what fun! I love all the masks, and capes, and super powers!