My kids are huge fans of All Things Marvel. From the cartoons, to the comics, to the movies, they’re developing encyclopedic knowledge of the characters and storylines like nobody’s business.
SO when I found out that the new show Marvel Universe LIVE! is coming to Portland (check out the full schedule of cities here), I was ecstatic. We’re taking the kids, and they have no idea what’s in store.
Marvel Universe LIVE! is an original story that features the largest assembly of Marvel super heroes and villains ever, including Spider-Man, the Avengers, X-men, Loki, Doc Ock, Green Goblin, and more. There are slso car and motorcycle stunts, and even people on FIRE. Seriously!
There are 7 shows in Portland at the Moda Center between March 3 and March 6, with tickets ranging from $25 to $75. Kids can get $15 tickets for some performances. Looking for a great deal? There are also $20 discount tickets available for opening night!
Watch for more information and a review of the show soon!
Disclaimer: In exchange for my time and efforts in attending shows and reporting my opinion within this blog Feld Entertainment is provided me with complimentary tickets to the show. All opinions, however, are my own and those of my kids!
Other than a Ninjago cake and LEGOS, the thing my son wanted most for his birthday was a baby.
He’s been asking my wife and I a lot lately when our family is going to have another baby in it, and has been a little dismayed at our answer of “Um… not any time soon.” So instead, he asked if he could have a baby to take care of himself.
How could we say no?
Introducing baby Bruce Rogers Routly*.
My son turned 5 this week, and (other than Ninjagos!) the thing he wanted most was a baby of his own. Here's the big moment when he got his wish. :-)—Music: Prelude No. 16 by Chris Zabriskie
Posted by The Full Routly on Saturday, January 23, 2016
I feel confident that Coltrane will make a fine dada someday. 🙂
* Yes, he’s named after the Hulk, Batman, and Captain America.
The tradition continues!
In the months preceding my (now) 5-year-old son’s birthday, I frequently asked him what he wanted me to make for his special cake. For a long time the answer was “Monkey,” his favorite stuffed toy. Then he changed his mind, and decided he wanted all of the Avengers. When I asked him to narrow it down, he decided on Iron Man, before again changing his mind and saying he in fact wanted Monkey again, only Monkey who has turned into the Hulk… which lasted right up until a couple of weeks before the party when he scrapped everything and said he wanted a Ninjago cake — specifically of LLOYD, the Green Ninja.
Suffice to say, I took that and ran with it. Here’s the result!
I could nitpick a lot about this in terms of how I saw it in my head and difficulties with sticky fondant and food-coloring, but altogether it turned out really well, I thought.
Thankfully, he and his friends loved it. That’s what matters. 🙂