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January 05, 2009

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Sarah

Sounds like he learned more from watching movies than I did from two years of formal study. That's awesome! But I'm with you on the Spiderman thing, that could be nerve-wracking :)

Jackie Chan :-)

You mean, Rowan hasn't yet tried the Superman stints? What a loss! :-)...

P

Yeah - I'd be scared of Spiderman and a few others - if only because my mom was once babysitting a young cousin who had just watched "Peter Pan". Cousin disappeared into the bathroom, and roused by the "it's been too quiet in there for too long" mom-alarm - my mom went into the bathroom to find cousin vigorously shaking "Comet" cleanser everywhere (it's pixie dust, dontcha know - I mean, c'mon, it IS called COMET for corn sake ;-) and repeatedly jumping off the toilet saying "I can FLY! I can FLY!" Hee.

Candy Cook

I love Jackie Chan, and Drunken Master is my absolute favorite... although, I really like the destruction scene in The Tuxedo, also. hehe.

Julie

Ah! What a great story! I was introduced to Jackie Chan by my husband - and now we're all fans! :)

Stacia Keenan

We love Jackie Chan here too.My son does White Crane Kung Fu and is a 6 yr old "major Chan" fan!!! Must say the rest of the family loves him too.

Martial art schools

Excellent post.I love Jackie Chan here too. I've bookmarked this site already.

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