How is the weather where you are? Our latest round of snow has diminished quite a bit, thanks to yesterday's balmy 38-degree temps (!). It was only 32 degrees today, but there was very little wind. Perfect weather for posing the girls' Frozen dolls in the snow!
Aren't they lovely? My dad ordered them for Christmas on Thanksgiving night, right after the four of us saw the movie together.They're the Disney Store variety, not the Mattel/Disney Princess/Barbie kind. Their hands and knees are jointed, so you can pose them all sorts of ways. In keeping with the sister theme, Big Sis received Queen Elsa and Little Sis got Princess Anna. (Sorry, I'm linking through Amazon, as they're no longer on the Disney Store website.)
Little Sis also received a Frozen Little Golden Book! Movie tie-in books are so much cooler when they're in Little Golden Book form, don't you think?
|Frozen (Disney Little Golden Book) by Victoria Saxon, |
illustrated by Grace Lee, Massimiliano Narciso, and Andrea Cagol,
designed by Tony Fejeran. (RH Disney)
I do believe it is impossible to get to this page without wanting to belt "Let It Go" at the top of your lungs, super-melodramatically.
The Anna doll has freckles, by the way. They make me smile.
I want a big stuffed Olaf now. Oh! And a reindeer. Not a stuffed Sven, but an actual reindeer. I whispered that to Big Sis in the theater, the second time we saw the movie. She made a face at me and said, "Dad just said the same thing!"
And this is why Mr. B and I are married, folks.
I was a wild Disney fanatic as a kid, even through high school, but these days, not so much. This is the first non-Pixar Disney movie I've loved in years. Forgive me if I'm still a little excited. Just... let it go.
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