Ryan loved reading the book so much he insisted on creating his own "baghead." After multiple trips to the grocery store, I finally remembered to ask for some brown paper bags for his design. He opted to follow the young character's simple design of eye and mouth holes and leave it at that.
Then Ryan announced, "I will be wearing this bag all of the time from now on. When I eat, go to school and even when I sleep."
I figured there was no point in arguing about that. If he wants to wear a bag over his head all of the time, no big deal. He'd get a few strange looks when we were out and about but I can handle that.
However, it never came to that. He enjoyed playing "baghead" for the afternoon and then the lovely mask was stowed away and hasn't made another appearance yet. "Yet" being the key word here. I figure we all have days where we want to place a bag over our head and go about our business.