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This is pretty awesome. but its obviously missing the most important one.. elsa. duh

Disney Couples' Introductions Over the Years

"Disney / Game of Thrones Mother of Dragons" by Mona Collentine (aka sunshinecupcake at etsy)

Day 2 - Favorite princess: Ariel. Growing up, I always wanted to be like her - fantastic hair, amazing voice, and she's a MERMAID! I love her personality, too - curious, adventurous, and not afraid to go against the grain. She also has big dreams - she wanted to be human before she even saw Eric.

Although the princess is usually the protagonist who saves the day with her kindness, she always has some kind of help from others whether it be fairies, animals, etc. I believe personally, literature stories don't give them enough credit.

What Disney taught me… THAT just answered a big question about where my girls learned the drama!!! Worth the whole 2+ hours of Pinterest time tonight!

Disney princesses. (the fact that those are their Disneyland signatures makes me happy.)

Disney Princesses ~ I thought this was Disney Princesses by decades . . . Snow White: 40's, Cinderella: 50's, Ariel: 60's, Pocahontas: 70's, Aurora: 80's, Whoever is half in frame: 90's and Belle: 2000's ( just from the shoes )

I love these so much. They were in The Art of the Disney Princess, which is an amazing book full of all different styles of art, and anyone who loves the princesses needs to get a copy, like, yesterday. ♥

Nothing sets a girl up for failure more than Disney