SPIDERMAN BOYS BIKE : PET TRAILER FOR BICYCLE.
Spiderman Boys Bike
- Spider-Man is a fictional Marvel Comics superhero. The character was created by writer-editor Stan Lee and writer-artist Steve Ditko. He first appeared in Amazing Fantasy #15 (Aug. 1962).
- Spider-Man, also known as Spider-Man: The Animated Series, was an American animated series starring the Marvel Comics superhero, Spider-Man. The show ran on Fox Kids from November 19, 1994, to January 31, 1998. The producer/story editor was John Semper, Jr.
- A person who works at great heights in building work
- The Spider-Man film series consists of superhero films based on the fictional Marvel Comics character of the same name.
- A male child or young man who does a specified job
- (boy) a friendly informal reference to a grown man; "he likes to play golf with the boys"
- A son
- (boy) male child: a youthful male person; "the baby was a boy"; "she made the boy brush his teeth every night"; "most soldiers are only boys in uniform"
- A male child or young man
- (boy) son: a male human offspring; "their son became a famous judge"; "his boy is taller than he is"
- A bicycle or motorcycle
- motorcycle: a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame
- bicycle: a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
- bicycle: ride a bicycle
spiderman boys bike - The Amazing
The Amazing Spiderman Kids' Folding Scooter
Brand new in factory sealed box
Swing around town with speed and daring like Spider-Man--but stay a little closer to the ground--with this kid's folding scooter featuring colorful Amazing Spider-Man graphics. When finished with your day's adventures, the scooter easily folds for transport and storage. Recommended for ages 6 and older, this scooter has a back brake, adjustable folding handle bars, and comfortable foam grips. Assembly is simple, and instructions are included.
Spider-Man Scooter Features:
Features cool Spider-Man graphics
Back brake for stopping power
Adjustable folding handle bars
Comfortable foam grip
Folds for easy carrying and storage
Easy to assemble
This year I thought I would make an effort towards healing by not to posting about what the end of each year has meant for me for the past 4 years. I feel like, revisiting it too much, even if it is to commemorate my wonderful father, just opens the wounds. Instead I feel like I'm bottling it up and ended up crying just as I was pulling into the post office while recognizing I made it 5 days without saying something. So, here I go. This is mostly a stream of thought, a recollection of those first 2 days 5 years later, and it is just to release the emotions because of the toll those months took on me. I had to be strong for my father, for my mother and for little almost-2 year old Max and 3 1/2 year old Trey. My work suffered greatly, because between the living breathing things I loved and was about to lose, those were my priority. My mom went through alot during that time, too. I think she is the understated hero. She slept very little, she had health problems of her own that were neglected, she had animals to take care of and well, it was alot of self-sacrifice for her, too. I often was frustrated with her because she didn't always understand and made decisions i disagreed with that were pivotal, or blamed me when I couldn't be there... but she was truly doing her best, and doing what she understood best. She always gave my dad his long list of medications exactly on schedule, and though always late, she got him to his appointments as he needed, or slept for hours on end sitting up in a hospital room chair.. she often missed her high blood pressure medication (very bad to do as I experienced myself later) and had to clean up messes I certainly didn't want to. Every Friday since I was a tiny kid, maybe before I could remember or was even born, my Dad had the tradition to take us kids to pizza. No matter where in the world we lived, that was where we were on Friday nights. I called him on my way to pick up the boys from daycare September 9th (and I remember exactly where I had this conversation -- I was going down 21st street getting ready to turn at my daycare lady's street) and I asked him about pizza tonight. He thought it was Thursday, but okay, he'll see us at Rusty's at 6pm as usual! So I go straight there from daycare and hang out for a bit, 6pm goes by and now it's 6:30. I was a little frustrated so I called and he said they were on their way. I ended up moving to another table so Trey could play games and I could watch him. Finally I see them come in and my dad ordered. My sister Jan was visiting from out of town and she came to the table and said Dad was acting strange and breathing really funny! When he came to the table he put the cups on the table and they were already filled to the TOP with ice. That was really strange! We all sat down and he was pretty quiet. Football was getting ready to start and I was excited about the Chargers' lineup and he just nodded. Out of the blue he asked about my shirt (it said Sin City, from the movie, with a picture of a pistol) and I told him it was from a movie -- and it didn't seem like he was listening! After we ate dinner, I carefully followed him home. I hung out downstairs and then called my (now) ex-husband about his behavior, like I think he overdosed on medication or something?? Mind you, it is September 9th, and on August 26th he had a cryptic conversation with me about being treated for his cancer returning and to take care of Mom if something happens to him, this left me in tears and I didn't know why. So anyway, my exhusband came over to talk to him and analyze the situation. He told me that my dad's eyes seemed glossy and distant, and that his pupils looked dilated. I ended up calling a friend of his that is a Registered Nurse and has gone through cancer himself (colon) and he said from what I'm describing it doesn't sound good Julie, take him to Urgent Care right away, "I'm sorry but I give him till Christmas". What?!?! I told my Mom something is really wrong with Dad, and he won't tell me what is wrong with him. He breathing is heavy, he seems distant, we need to take him to Urgent Care and have him checked out. I told my brohter to come with me too, so we asked my Dad to come with us to Urgent Care. He said he felt fine (in a drunk sounding voice), I'm fine. Leave me alone, I'm fine. This was not my Dad! I even had Johnny and I try to heave him up and as soon as he stood up he sat back down and stared at the TV. Finally we gave up, and I told Mom to keep an eye on him and I'd call in the morning. The next morning I called Kaiser with my concerns about my Dad. The lady on the line said my Dad had an appointment Friday to have a stint put in (?) so he would be prepared for his upcoming appointment with a specialist in LA. He never showed up. I told her about this behavior and asked if I should call an ambulance if he won't cooperate. She said to call the Sherriff's to pick him up. Hmph. So
big boy bike
this kiddo turns 4 on monday (Yeah- i know, crazy) so grandma and grandpa splurged and bought him a bike. a Spiderman bike. he loves it. a lot
spiderman boys bike
Spiderman Skateboard Combo - Helmet, Wrist, Knee, Elbow Pads
Give your child's spidey senses a workout with this Spider-Man skateboard combo pack.
Outfitted with a 28-inch Spider-Man-themed skateboard, a safety helmet, and a bunch of protective body wear, including wrist guards, knee pads, and elbow pads, the kit offers everything your budding skateboarder needs to learn the craft. The skateboard itself is ready for any challenge, with a concave double kicktail deck for trick riding, 608z bearings, aluminum trucks, and 50 mm PVS wheels for a smooth ride. The safety gear, meanwhile, ensures that your child will come home safe and sound every time.