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Precocious Princess: The Superheroine

My five year old daughter, we call her the Precocious Princess here, loves to dress up.  Absolutely loves it!  Whenever we’re in a store, she wants to try on all the costumes.  After swapping superhero in-store-costume stories with my buddies C.T. from Nerd Lunch and Terry, I was inspired.  When the Princess and I next visited Wal-Mart, I had my cell phone camera ready.  Enjoy!

The Precocious Princess as Captain America

The Precocious Princess as Spider-Man

The Precocious Princess as Thor

Absolutely adorable! To see her in an Iron Man mask a last year, click here.

16 thoughts on “Precocious Princess: The Superheroine

  1. Awesome. Those little role-play masks and props are amazing. Where were they 30 years ago? That Cap shield is perfect. When I was 4 or 5, my dad took this yellow frisbee with green writing, painted a white star on it with house paint, and attached some black elastic to it. That was my Captain America shield. And I loved it. But, no offense to my dad’s efforts, but I would have much preferred the one currently in the stores.

  2. Those are great! I think the Spider-Man one is my favorite. She got the web-shooting hand signal right and everything. Ya done good.

  3. I think the iCarly t-shirt sells it for me almost as much as her obviously tickled pink smile!! She reminds of of Princess Cha-Cha on Sea-of-Green’s blog…

  4. Adorable. Also (let me adjust my pocket protector before I write this) the iCarly shirt is sort of a comic book reference too. Miranda Cosgrove, who plays Carly, was the young Lana Lang in the SMALLVILLE pilot.

    Yup. Everything comes back to Superman for me.

  5. I got that Cap shield, it’s actually an awesome frisbee! I plan to break it out on the beach this summer.

  6. Shag! Same store, similar layout, same direction, similar pose, higher level. My girlfriend snapped me doing the same dang thing on her cell phone. We’re such geeks…

  7. Mike connects a Nickelodeon show with Superman. That’s shocking. I’m on the floor, staring at the ceiling, wondering how he does it.

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