Wednesday, October 24, 2012

My Son the Super Hero

So remember Monday when I blogged about BOOing?
Well my minion was spotted... and this led to the cutest story EVER.

Attempted head shot. The boy ducked.

N. (age 4) and his dad spotted the BOO minion and the conversation went something like this:

Dad: I think that was Sam.
N.: No, it was Sworder.
Dad: Are you sure? I'm pretty sure it was Sam.
N.: No, Dad. It was Sworder.

A few rounds of this and the dad decided to leave it. Because do you know who Sworder is?

How could you? He's a figment of N.'s imagination... An imaginary best friend who:

Lives in other countries.
Travels around.
Protects people, and
Does good deeds.

And apparently he looks like this:

I love the minds of 4-year-olds. And I love that he now believes he has physically seen this friend of his. Especially a friend who goes around the world doing good things.


Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Let him believe! That's great.

Jan Morrison said...

I do love this story. Muchly. I knew a kid who's imaginary friend was named Bever. He was realllllly tall and he could eat anything and never got sick. The kid who had this imaginary pal had lots of allergies and physical health problems so it was very good to have Bever around.

Old Kitty said...

Yay for N's pal Sworder!! :-) Take care

~Sia McKye~ said...

Oh how cute. Sworder sounds like the kinda hero a kid needs. :-)

Alison DeLuca said...

NOW I know what I'm going to be for Halloween - Sworder!

Hey, you have one unique, fun, creative kid there. Good going, mama.

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

I've just now caught up on the last three posts ... too cute! That is an awesome get-up.

Love the "Boo"ing idea; it reminds me of May Day.

Plus, your update was great! I enjoyed reading about your family. (I just tell the clerks that I don't smoke, these are for my husband. Sometimes I buy an extra pack or two and hide them in case of emergency, lol.)

Congrats about all of your new batches of books.

Kathy M.

Megan Bostic said...

This is awesome!

Sherry Ellis said...

So cute!

Hart Johnson said...

Thanks so much, gang! Yeah, Sworder sounds like a pretty great friend. I love that he is such a NICE super hero!

Sam's pretty good, too.

Kathy-thanks for the grats, too! <3 <3 <3

Southpaw said...

Ah, very cute.

Melissa said...

No sense arguing with a 4-year-old. You'll lose every time. hahaha Good for him! :D

vbtremper said...

Too funny! We haven't been BOOed yet this year. Hmm, only a week to go. I may have to BOO my own kids again. Poor things.


Teresa Coltrin@Journaling Woman said...

So funny. Imagination is EVERYTHING.