I’ve been in a Deadpool kind of mood.
Tony: Fine. Absolutely nothing. You’d think I’d let my son out in just a spandex suit? Try ultra thin body armor reinforced with kevlar. No bullets getting through that.
Tony: We both have a fondness for Star Wars. Usually our TV interest differ because I watch too many shows about Housewives and he watches shows about cowboys in space or something. But we both love Game of Thrones at the moment.
Tony: Steve surprises me all the time with how rough he can be how sweet he can be. He’s anything and everything I could ever want or need. And he’s never boring.
TONY: I am pretty sure Pete’s said he’s never been grounded before. And I’d believe him about that. He wasn’t and still isn’t the type of kid to do something that would get him grounded. Told you guys I lucked out with the perfect husband and kid. Now, that’s not to say he hasn’t messed up sometimes but, hey, we all do that.
TONY: School was hard for him for awhile. He had bad days where he’d come up and just be a wreck. He could go from bouncing around telling me what all he’d done in Chemistry and then the next minute would be crying telling me what happened with some bullies in the lunch room. But he’s always been a pretty level headed kid, which he doesn’t get from me, by the way.
TONY: I never was much of a stuffed animal kid. I know I had a blanket that I carried around until it was beat up all to hell. I know the nanny would have to steal it away from me to wash it and I’d just cry and cry until I got it back. My Dad hated it. He thought it was ridiculous that I needed a worn, filthy blanket with me at all times.
TONY: Well, when Peter isn’t watching Dr Who or the latest Joss Whedon show on Fox that’s surely to get cancelled, we do like to watch some ridiculously horrible sci-fi b movies and snark them. Either those or we’ll watch episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000 and let them snark for us.