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I have a little trick I like to play on my husband from time to time, and my three-year old daughter is my accomplice. Whispering into her ear I say “Go find Daddy and sing your favorite FROZEN song to him! Sing Let it Go!” She scampers off to find her main man and in seconds she is belting out with real gusto and carefully choreographed hand motions every note to her favorite song. She even ends with “The cold never bothered me anyway” in a style very reminiscent of Cher. And every time she sings those lyrics and throws her imaginary crown into the snow, she leaves her Daddy with tears in his eyes and me giggling at how that little lady has her Daddy wrapped around her finger. So even though we’re still In Summer she has made it clear she will be wearing a Queen Elsa dress to her first day of school. Because I’d rather her teachers meet her For the First Time in Forever in something other than a blue, floor length gown, I knew it was time to do a little school shopping for FROZEN clothes.
Come on, I don’t have a Frozen Heart, I love this movie just as much as my daughter, but truth be told, my girl would wear her Queen Elsa costume everywhere she goes. I’ve raised the white flag a few times so she’s been to the grocery store, the playground, and maybe even a doctor’s visit in one of her Queen Elsa costumes. But usually she’s just playing dress up and reenacting the movie with one of her many Frozen toys
Or she wears one of her Queen Elsa dresses outside to ride bikes and play t-ball. What can I say, she’s a multi-tasker.
When I started searching for FROZEN inspired clothes, Walmart was a great place to shop because there was a lot to pick from and priced right. So much of the FROZEN merchandise is super expensive, and for clothes she will quickly grow out of and spill chocolate milk down the front, this adorable Elsa t-shirt and Anna and Elsa dress were perfect!
At the last minute, I grabbed the FROZEN coloring book for her because she really loves the chunky crayons and I really love coloring with my gal–for the ten minutes she will actually color.
The Frozen merchandise was spread out over Walmart, but I found her dress and shirt in the Girls section and the adorable coloring book in the stationary section under the Frozen cut-out.
When I asked my FROZEN loving gal if this dress would work for her first day of school, she asked Do You Want to Build a Snowman? and fell on the floor giggling, so I think that was a yes.
It’s true, some people are worth melting for, and just like my sweet Hubby melting while she sings to him, I melt a little seeing her so happy with a few FROZEN dresses as she gets ready for her first day of preschool. So until then, we have some singing and dancing to do.