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Frances may never take this off.
And George, not to be outdone, showing off his Mickey and Goofy figurines.
I’ve read the suggestions of parenting experts to encourage un-themed toys—wooden blocks, basic baby dolls, traditional cars and trucks, and simple playthings—and to shy away from commercialized images that can limit your child’s imagination and ability to expand on an idea. But after a full year of watching Frances and George play with their Disney Princess outfits and Lightening McQueen toy cars, I have to disagree with this theory. There certainly is no shortage of imaginative games taking place in this house—just the comfort of using a toy that has a familiar face that they absolutely adore.
The folks at Disney know what they’re doing, don’t they?
Happy Friday, everyone!