Yesterday, I borrowed Scooby Doo Meets Batman from the public library to watch with Hank while Mike was teaching in the evening. He's really into super heroes lately. And this installmant was 2 old Scooby Doo episodes, the classics. It brought back happy memories just listening to the opening music :) I loved Scooby when I was little. Anyway, Hank was enthralled. When we finished, he stood funny for a minute, and asked if he could be Batman for Halloween. As we went upstairs, he declared:
"Mommy, I Batman! You, Robin." He then proceeded to skulk about in the hallway and leap into doorways shouting "Yikes! A ghost! Let's get him!!"
This is a hugely adorable improvement over other things he's been shouting about at home lately. One that brings back not-so-happy memories is:
Mike: "Hank, come on, push. You can do it, *push*!"
Hank: "NO NO NO NO NO!!! I *no want* to push!! I *all done*!"
That's one memory that I'm repressing as best I can.