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October05

Is it OK for little girls to dress like a princess?

Believe it or not this is a very delicate subject, that will leave you thinking if you should or not let your daughter dress like a princess. Before I got my sweet little girl Stella Rose, I remember been in of course Disney world or sometimes just at the mall and seeing little girls dressing like a princess. My first thoughts were, how in the world will I dress a little girl like a princess? and on top of that spend money on expensive dresses because believe me, there is a whole marketing study behind all this and behind the efforts to make the princess world a whole success for many companies. Years passed and now is my time to see my little girl, wanting to only wear princess dresses. It all started when  someone gifted her  Ana's Frozen dress, now she only wants to wear that dress. Of course this momy (me), the one who complained about buying princess dresses is now ordering princess dresses for her little princess. Of course we just want our kids to be happy but let's set some limits. IMG_5829 IMG_5764 One of the subjects that have turned to be very controversial is the different racial types of princesses in the different Disney movies, making us think that our little girls are certain type of princess, and they should be whoever they want to be as long as they respect themselves and others, right?       I know your little girl might be little to understand certain things but always remember them:
  • DO NOT PRETEND TO ACT LIKE THE CHARACTER FROM A PARTICULAR MOVIE
  • DRESSING UP IS A TEMPORARY FUN
  • IS BEAUTIFUL TO BE A PRINCESS BUT IS MORE BEAUTIFUL TO BE THEMSELVES
We also have to understand this is a phase girls will go through, more so if Disney is your best friend channel every morning or everyday, you know. So let them be, sit, relax and enjoy this phase that in my particular case I never had. Maybe cause Disney wasn't that big back then but anyways let's just have fun with some limits;) Sincerely, Evelyn Brooks
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