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Princess and Me

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Princess and Me

My daughter is Cinderella. She is very much royalty, you know. She parades about our house in a gown, princess shoes and a tiara. She rides her bike in the courtyard outfitted as if she should be attending a ball. She holds tea parties during her many playdates with friends. She is indeed a princess. So, when I was presented with an invitation to attend "A Royal Tea Party at Casa Loma" sponsored by Toys R Us, JAKKS Pacific and Disney to launch the Princess and Me line, my initial response was "OMG, this invitation has Hailey written all over it." We entered the grand castle and were greeted by knights in shining armour. Hailey was treated to a princess makeover and gown. She enjoyed a horse-drawn carriage ride around historic Casa Loma. She received princess lessons from Cinderella herself. A Royal Tea Party with 50 other aspiring princesses capped off the day. It truly was a day fit for royalty. princess Hailey talked all the way home about the fabulous time she had and how she was going to ask Santa for a Princess & Me doll. Then - silence. I glance in the rearview mirror and I see a beautiful little girl, dozing off in the back seat, fully clothed in princess attire with the sweetest little smile on her face. Moments like these are the ones that take my breath away. Mental picture taken.
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