This is wonderful – a Gold Coast grandma and prop-maker Angela Simpson has smashed gender stereotypes by making an awesome Wonder Woman outfit for her grandson.
Four-year-old Jaxon loves Wonder Woman so much his grandma made him this special custom outfit, including armour, a sword and his own head band.
Here was the test fitting for Wonder Woman so you can see it from all angles. pic.twitter.com/3H5NocB6rg— Nerfenstein (@Nerfenstein) July 23, 2017
Jaxon used to have a costume designed for girls, but when it started falling apart from wearing it so often, he asked his grandmother to help.
Angela told the ABC that it took days of trial and error to make it from scratch. She’s shared the video so you can give it a burl yourself!
Strong, powerful role models for kids are exactly what all carers hope for, and Angela believes it's a good thing for her grandson to look up to women. And of course, so do we!
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