Good morning, all! I can’t believe how quickly June went by, but today is release day for Giving Best, the second installment in the Foxes of Synn summer serial!
Giving Best is the story of Cleo Malimore’s first challenge as a Ranger: defending her home and family while maintaining her commitment against physical violence.
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Someone recently found my blog by searching “Superhero costume for disabled child.”
I’m assuming the child in question is a wheelchair user because I don’t see any other reason why there would be an issue about Halloween costumes. There’s no reason why Batman and Superman can’t just be sitting in a color coordinated a wheelchair with a logo design on it, but there’s a lot of buzz about costumes that make the chair into some kind of vehicle or prop. I don’t know what superhero you’re interested in, and not sure what your child would like in a costume, so I can’t point to specific heroes. I think it’s all a matter of attitude and preference on the child’s part, but if you’re looking for costume inspiration these are my favorites.The ones with thrones, Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz and Pee Wee Herman particularly cool because they don’t rely on a vehicle to create the motif.
These are the bases I used for last week’s Layered sets converted to .jpg. Some might find them useful.