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“Let It Go”, “Do You Want To Build A Snowman”, and “For The First Time In Forever” are phrases you will hear belted out at any given moment in my home. Why? Because we have been hit by the FROZEN bug. On a whim, a little before Christmas we headed to theaters to see the newest in the Disney movie line, FROZEN. We walked out so impressed, and have been to see it three times already. It’s taken over our house
After gymnastics, one day, the girl and I headed to grab a bite to eat at our local Subway. Nothing like burning the calories to make you ready to nosh on some good food. As we went to the Subway, inside of our local Walmart, my daughter was thrilled to see they had FROZEN kids packs. Her favorite food and her favorite movie, it’s the thing dreams are made of.
After dinner, we decided we needed to bring some FROZEN fun home with us. Here in the great sunshine state, we have been dealing with temps in the teens…in other words we have been FROZEN…literally
Dealing with super low temps are not something us Floridians are used to, so it’s been a lot of inside play. While my boys are quite content to play video games, my daughter prefers imaginative hands on play. Thanks to all the FROZEN goodies we found at Walmart, the after school fun was going to be epic!
Bella, now, would like to share a little bit about the toys, the movie, and sing a bit of a song just for you:
As you can see we were able to pick up quite a bit of FROZEN fun! Our local store was sold out of quite a bit (I have a feeling FROZEN was a big thing this Christmas). The girl has been playing non-stop with the castle and all the pieces that come with it making the small Anna and Elsa dolls the perfect home. The talking Olaf just makes us all smile and the toddler Elsa and Anna dolls are adorable.
I love the imaginative play, my daughter can have while playing with the FROZEN toys. She has definitely not had a lack of fun, spending hours with her new toys the day we got them.
After playing with her toys, she was ready for a snack and created her own Olaf using some of the Italian cookies my grandmother made us. He doesn’t look just like Olaf because we were fresh out of carrots but our snow man was super cute too:
Disney’s FROZEN, is definitely our favorite Disney movie this year (well as far as animated movies go). We are hoping we can find it in a theater here, so we can go see it again this weekend. It will be our fourth time seeing the movie. Though this time , I am pretty sure we will have some FROZEN toddler dolls in tow! Have you seen FROZEN yet?
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