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Nerdy Mom Plays With Kids’ Toys, Vol. 2

Yes, there’s more. It’s only natural that these friendships between toys develop.

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An act of true love will thaw a really effed-up heart. In this case, a CIRCUS act of true love.

 

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For her eighteenth birthday, Rapunzel wanted nothing more than to see the floating lights up close… And for her nineteenth, a rough-and-rugged race car.

 

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The turtles were impressed: Michelango, with his superior dexterity, had made a delightful seasonal stew.

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A Smiley Video for a Happy Frozen Friday

My kids love the movie “Frozen.” Like almost all kids. And I’m not ashamed to say that I also love it; I’ve probably seen it a dozen times and I could still cry every time, if I let myself. I will most likely go on about the reasons why another time.

For now, here’s two-year-old AB’s side of a (highly edited) conversation we had in November about the plot of Frozen. If you’ve seen the movie, you’ll probably recognize a concept or a direct quote here and there. You may also notice some outright fallacies. If you haven’t seen the movie – don’t worry! This information doesn’t make enough sense to contain spoilers.

Mostly, I just love her sense of drama. I wish you could see her, when E closes his bedroom door – she’ll go knock and sing the whole first verse of “Do You Want to Build a Snowman,” complete with wistful “Okay, bye…” at the end. Or even better, the two of them do an inspiring version of “For The First Time In Forever” – with many bits missing, but the passion is there.

Anyway, here’s this. I hope it makes you smile. Happy Friday!

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