"The mailman brought them to our house because he knew we were the ones doing Band-Aids," Blaire said. "So everyone knew Easton was collecting Band-Aids."Easton also decided to have a lemonade stand during a community-wide garage sale. The money he raised bought another 100 boxes. In all, this pint-sized, superhero collected more than 1,036 boxes of Band-Aids.Each and every one will be used by young patients at Children's Hospital. There's a Band-Aid Book so children can choose their favorite character."A lot of times in a children's hospital, the kids obviously don't have a lot of control over what's going on," said Belinda Anderson, Manager of Volunteer Services at Children's Hospital. "So this is one, little bitty area where the kids have a say in what's going on."As for Easton, his mother says his Band-Aid days aren't over. He now spends his free time playing doctor. He gladly helped me by putting a Band-Aid on my own boo-boo.This bundle of energy shares something in common with his all-time favorite super hero."(He loves) Spiderman," Blaire said.The common bond - devotion. Because both Spiderman and Easton will do whatever they can to help those in need."He saves the day," Blaire said while looking into her son's eyes.For more information on how to help, please click on Easton's Facebook page or The Children's Hospital.