Corinne at the Grand Rapids Comic Con and put them in Quinn's room. We already had Neil DeGrasse Tyson so I had to pick up the companion, Bill Nye.
Plus Quinn is a fan of BB8, so I put up a Star Wars print as well.
John Ball Zoo decorates the zoo for Halloween for a few weeks and sets up various candy/toy stations throughout the zoo. So we headed out in the afternoon to check out the festivities.
The weather was fantastic and both Quinn and I dressed up to have a little fun.
We visited Comfort and Adam's booth while we were in the area.
Corinne Robert's booth.
Grand Rapids Comic Con this weekend. It's an Adafruit Gemma with a small battery soldered to an 8x8 LED matrix. It flips through a few different Justice League logos in a few different colors. Originally I had tried to program some different Zelda icons but a lot of them looked wonky on such a small grid.
Quinn's arc reactor for his Iron Man suit is mostly done but we'll see if I can actually use it. He seemed uncomfortable with the costume since it has fake muscles and is puffy. So I may end up saving the arc reactor I soldered awhile back for another year if he truly won't wear the costume. 20 months is kind of pushing it expecting him not to grab a blinking light anyway.
One of the patterns I found online stated you needed a 45"x69" rectangle of fabric, but I used a 42"x68". I used some elastic I had on hand and spent a few hours cutting and sewing the sheet.
My parents came out early this afternoon. They're staying overnight so they can watch Quinn in the morning. An overnight stay means extra Quinn time!
And VHS tapes. I'm not sure what we're going to do with those.