This kid LOVES his super heroes! He has quite the collection already of super hero toys and even has a shirt for each of them, so he can feel like a super hero too. It will be a sad day in the Moore house when he outgrows all of his very first super hero shirts. But, no fear, I already have plans to make a T-shirt quilt with each and every one of them, that he can one day pass on to his little super hero.
It has been all sorts of freezing the past few days and every single one of his super hero T-shirts are short sleeve, so in order to avoid meltdowns, as well as extending the life of his shirts before he grows out of them, we always layer a long sleeve shirt underneath and he is good to go.
This particular T-shirt was handmade by me. I went crazy and stenciled around 15 different shirts for Elijah this past Summer and he LOVED every single one. I used this Avengers stencil to make this shirt for him and it is definitely one of Elijah's favorites out of them all.
Avengers shirt - handmade by me, $2.98 (for plain T-shirt at Walmart)
Long sleeve shirt - Carter's, giftedJeans - Old Navy, $10
Spider Man socks - Journeys Kidz, $10 for a pack of 5
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