People are always amazed that I like taking a dozen kids around a space pretending to be a spy. I love it actually. These are funny people. They play and believe in each other and allow me to give them a great adventure. Every party has at least one special moment. Here are a few:
“Against the wall, we are invisible!”
-8 year old trailing Dr.Feathers
“We just have to make a giant yummy looking booby trap cake and we will catch the villain for sure. No doubt about it.”
-Totally convinced 6 year old boy
“Is Dr.Feathers a real villain?”
I am asked this question at least ten times a party.
Playing is believing.
“Whoa! That’s disgusting, but it is so cool.”
-9 year old watches in amazement as a Junior Spy copies a key for the safe box
“Everyone calm down. The codes are right here. I got this.”
-9 year old boy with code book
“Agent G. Did you know there was gold in the basement? You have to come see.”
-6 year old boy pulling me by the hand. I’m thinking, “Yeah sweetie, I know. I put it there.”
Me: “Against the wall agents.”
7 year old girl: “I know this! I saw it in a Barbie movie. Skulk like me guys.” (Everyone follows her exactly.)