Princess of the North Cosplay showed up and thoroughly enchanted our daughter before taking this cheeky photo with the TARDIS.
Tom was a delight to meet. Most of the people in line were there for him because of The Flash, but not us. (You can find him on Twitter here.)
We were there because he plays Santa in our favourite Christmas movie: Snow.
So we asked him if there was a chance of a third movie (because there’s already a sequel). He said that if there’s a good enough script, he’d do it. Nice.
The sign on the back of our daughter’s shirt has our business name, our table number, and Eric’s cell number, just in case she got away from us. She never ran away. What a great little 2.5 year old! 😀 (P.S. I was pregnant with Adrien at the time of this picture. He’d arrive in a little over a month and a half from this day.)
Matching Mommy-and-me Captain Marvel shirts by Popsquatch Designs.
Hello My Imaginary Friends,
So proud of my wonderful wife and the Travelling TARDIS Blog for their THIRD nomination!
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The Travelling TARDIS
The Travelling TARDIS moves, with the power of timey-yarney crochet, through time and space visiting and taking pictures with cosplayers, landmarks, celebrities, and cute babies.
If you think The Travelling TARDIS is worthy of your vote, voting for the Auroras will be open on June 20th.
Thank you to everyone who nominated and especially to everyone who reads and enjoys our content.
At first, I thought Ujjio Cosplay was dressed as The Invisible Woman from Fantastic Four, but after scouring her cosplay page on Facebook, it turns out that this is from Metroid. Samus Aran, after googling it. 🙂