Do you really?
They are far more vast then your small brain can ever comprehend, I tell you they are!
Helmets are a very useful thing.
Did you know that if you have wanted one for a really, really long time, and your mom finally buys you one at a Good Will, you wear it all the time?
I mean all. the. time.
The uses are endless.
Helmets are a very useful thing!
First there is reading, you must wear a helmet to read.
(Never know when that monster in the book will jump out and get you!)
“See Mom, he looks very real!”
(a bop on the head from the reader behind her would be more likely)
Secondly, you must wear a helmet every time you ride a bicycle, no matter the size.
(That is a long way to the ground even if your knees almost touch the floor!)
Please do continue wearing the a fore mentioned helmet while showing everyone your toothpaste and stamp that was given to you at the dentist that day. That toothpaste could be dangerous.
(Remember that little purple stamp, please.
It comes into play later)
We will annoy the daylights out of little brother by placing the said helmet on him.
(and finally give your own head a breather)
Little brother seems to hate it.
Take it off and wear it yourself.
And smile sweetly because it’s your lucky day, a princess helmet was found on the shelf of the Good Will and you haven’t stopped smiling since.
And the evening and the morning where the first day.
Wake up in new (used) Dora jammies.
Promptly place helmet on head.
Soon after breakfast, venture out and see how the helmet works when you actually ride a real bike while wearing it.
Sing along to the Dora tunes on the new little player you received for your birthday.
Baby Brother who so hates that helmet, watches from inside.
Do a pit stop to adjust and refasten the a fore mentioned helmet.
(Mom, missed that photo)
((but don’t take it completely off, you never know what will hit))
Later, when you hear the mixer, sneak out of the bedroom with your helmet on…
…and see if you can help.
Dangerous stuff here, better wear a helmet to shield you from flying bread dough.
Since Mom is kind enough to give you a teeny, tiny, incy, wincy piece of dough,
You play with it and make pretzels.
(while wearing a helmet for protection)
((ya never know, danger lurks in every corner))
(isn’t that just the cutest pretzel tho?)
After awhile, you eat the dough pretzel
(after rolling it on the floor)
And it’s time to play barbie.
(while wearing a helmet)
You put your barbie to bed….
(can you see her down there?)
“Look out below!”
Here. he. comes.
Since it’s not safe to leave your barbie unprotected and since you are wearing a helmet for protection…
…you may as well just go to bed with her.
And you take your pie crust pretzels that you just made, along to bed, danger awaits them also.
A helmet is a very useful thing.
Later in the day, the helmet wearing maiden wandered else where to find things to do….
Meanwhile, Danger, aka Dakota, found OTHER unsuspecting things to try.
(remember that purple stamp)
That one. The purple stamp that got eaten alive.
I am telling you, that is the real deal.
Who ever made those little free things, made them to last.
Why is he crying when it was so much fun 2 sec ago?
Cause Mom scared the living daylights out of him when she yelled. That’s why.
And no photo to prove it but I promise the helmet wearing maiden came to the rescue and made him laugh!!
Helmets are a very useful thing.