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Jrazz posted 10/15/2013 14:01 PM

DD3 has an army of Disney princess dolls.
They are about 4" tall, and we are CONSTANTLY changing their dresses as well as listening to them have tea parties, dance parties,
bicker, rescue each other from dragons etc.
There is exactly ONE prince doll available in this collection.

This morning, DD is hollering from her room: "MAMA!! Please come put Rapunzel in the wedding dress!
She's getting married!!!" (That particular dress is a tacky polymer that is really hard to slide on and off)

So I head in, she hands me the doll and the dress, and I start tugging.
Then I notice that she's holding Belle and Prince Charming and they are "smooching."
Immediately I see that a life lesson needs to be taught here, as PC is making out with Belle right in front bride-to-be-Rapunzel!!

Me in ALLLL my wisdom: "Honey, it's not nice that Prince Charming is smooching Belle in front of Rapunzel."

Vrazz: "But he loves her, mama."

Me: "But then why is he marrying Rapunzel? If he's marrying one girl he should not be smooching another. It's not nice at all."

Vrazz (Keep in mind this is a 3yo): "Um, Rapunzel is marrying Snow White, mom."

She then gestures to Snow White, waiting patiently on the piano for her bride.
Tiana is apparently the officiant and there is a stuffed pug and a teacup witnessing.

Me: "Wow. You are absolutely right honey. I'm sorry."


We should really pay more attention to the way children view the world.
So much more kindness and truth and peace than the mess we adults make out of things.

**Smacks head and joins the 21st century**


(Edited because the page parameters got stretched.)

[This message edited by Jrazz at 5:44 PM, October 15th (Tuesday)]

nowiknow23 posted 10/15/2013 14:19 PM

Awww. Congratulations to the happy couple.

Nature_Girl posted 10/15/2013 14:21 PM

Exit Wounds posted 10/15/2013 14:23 PM

Where is MY wedding invitation?!

Jrazz posted 10/15/2013 14:30 PM

You're all invited. In lieu of gifts the princesses ask that you make a donation to the Bibbety Bobbety Boutique.

tushnurse posted 10/15/2013 14:37 PM

THAT is FREAKING AWESOME!!!!

LOL

What a fun kid.
Enjoy her... She will be 14 before you know, and they don't particularly care for their parents then....

She11ybeanz posted 10/15/2013 14:53 PM

She then gestures to Snow White, waiting patiently on the piano for her bride. Tiana is apparently the officiant and there is a stuffed pug and a teacup witnessing.

Me: "Wow. You are absolutely right honey. I'm sorry."


We should really pay more attention to the way children view the world. So much more kindness and truth and peace than the mess we adults make out of things.

**Smacks head and joins the 21st century**

You're all invited. In lieu of gifts the princesses ask that you make a donation to the Bibbety Bobbety Boutique.

My daughter is 14 months old and I CAN'T WAIT for this stage now!!!!

[This message edited by She11ybeanz at 2:53 PM, October 15th (Tuesday)]

JanaGreen posted 10/15/2013 15:35 PM

You should get the little snap-on clicky dresses instead of the rubbery ones. They are SO much easier to get on and off. I may or may not enjoy playing with them more than Baby Green does.

It feels so SUBVERSIVE to put Snow White's iconic dress on another princess. I generally dislike princess crap but even looking at this freaking picture is making me want to go play with Baby G's dolls. Too bad I'm at work.

[This message edited by JanaGreen at 3:38 PM, October 15th (Tuesday)]

Faithful w/Love posted 10/15/2013 15:40 PM

To cute. I miss those days. And they are so correct if you just take the time to listen.
If we adults were still in that mindset the world would be a much better place.

Jrazz posted 10/15/2013 15:46 PM

Jana! We are transitioning to the snap on ones but there are no snap on wedding dresses as of yet. I want to kiss who ever invented the click on ones. Makes life much easier in our home.

JanaGreen posted 10/15/2013 15:52 PM

It's the little things, I know.

lieshurt posted 10/15/2013 15:58 PM

As adorable as baby Razz and baby Green are, I'm so glad I had a boy. No dresses to change on dolls. Instead, my son could spend hours playing with a cardboard box. We had an appliance delivered one time and he thought he'd hit the lotto of cardboard boxes

[This message edited by lieshurt at 3:59 PM, October 15th (Tuesday)]

Rebreather posted 10/15/2013 16:32 PM

That's a modern woman you a raising there!

You think Rapunzel will take Snow's last name? Is she Rapunzel White now? Or maybe Snow will take the lead from Rapunzel and shed the family name and just be "Snow" from now on?

Lucky2HaveMe posted 10/15/2013 19:09 PM

t/j What mental midget designed those stupid rubbery dresses for those stupid rubbery dolls!?!?

I was so excited when I found the princess dolls that are hard plastic and you squeeze the dress and plop princess down. Done. Easy enough for a 3yo to do by themselves!

End t/j

Love the wedding story. Life is so simple with the young, innocents. We could learn a lot from watching children.

Lucky2HaveMe posted 10/15/2013 19:24 PM

Should have read all the responses before I posted. They DO have a snappy wedding dress! We have it! Can't remember which princess it came with though.

JanaGreen posted 10/15/2013 19:27 PM

Girls like cardboard boxes too. And superheroes, and cars, and getting dirty.

Jrazz posted 10/15/2013 19:27 PM

Crazz and I were giddy when we found the snap on kind. We would be pulling those plastic ones on and off for hours.

click4it posted 10/15/2013 21:53 PM

love it.

silverhopes posted 10/16/2013 02:58 AM

OMG that is so precious! Congratulations to Snow White and Rapunzel, the happy new couple!!!

Jpapageorge posted 10/16/2013 03:16 AM

Excuse me? Snap on dresses?
Where were those when my tea was interrupted 42 times?

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