Now, as he is quick to remind me, he is "not a baby anymore," and he is over it. Owls are out. Big kids want superhero bathrooms, apparently. Actually, they want superhero bedrooms, but can be negotiated down to bathrooms, because you already have a baseball thing going on in the bedroom, hello...
Superhero bathroom stuff is...not the easiest to find. But we made do, and a certain
The backs of these frames are 3M Command Strip'd to the wall, and just slide up, so it was easy to change out the initials for superheroes.
Batman and Robin were specifically requested, so I did my best (am not quitting my day job anytime soon). EDIT: Aaaaand, I got so sick of looking at them, I fixed it with a real artist's art, here.
|These guys are now creeping out in my garage|
I'm so happy with how the shower curtain turned out. We found the cityscape at Target, but it was too revealing for a shared bathroom. So I grabbed a white liner, which also gave me the chance to superhero it up a little. I glued a Batman patch to the inside liner (facing out), so it looks like the Bat-Signal has gone up in Gotham...
My son and my dad use these tub letters to write notes back and forth to each other. This was my dad's reply to my son's question: What is a Superhero?
The only thing left to finish is the Superhero Alphabet cross stitch, which will eventually fill the space above the hand towels. http://www.etsy.com/listing/80948839/pixel-people-superhero-alphabet-sampler?ref=shop_home_active (EDIT: It's DONE!)
Little kid to big kid bathroom, almost done in less than a weekend.