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IN Creative ON 27 Jul, 2015
Disney princesses are so admiring and attractive, almost everyone of us love them and wish to meet them in real. In an imaginary world, we can assume anything and here we're going to do the same. Just think, if they were mom- How their life would be? How they treat their kids?
Scroll down and know their reaction if they were a mother.
She always feels that she is in sled and carting the kids around towns to ice harvesting class, magic lessons with the troll king, and play dates with Olaf's many snow kids.
Belle is a dedicated home schooler mom, for whom teaching the kids at home is quite tough. He says, to her ire, "I was only a good student because I thought you were a hottie, Belle."
She is a perfect mom who experiments DIY clothes or other accessories for her kids as well as bakes delicious cakes and uses eco-friendly cleaning techniques.
Aerial fights with her husband for freedom he has given to the kids. "Are you kidding, Eric?" she often asks. "When I was at her age I thought a fork was a comb and practically sold my soul to a witch to get a boyfriend! There is no way she's going to the fair alone!"
She has a teenager who used to sleep till late and that makes her pretty angry. Her daughter's reaction on her anger "Whatever, mom. Dad says that when you were my age you slept for days!"
She struggles hard to give her kid better to eat than beignet. She is so desperate for giving them anything better than veggies.
She had been a leader of her girl's Scout troop and took her to the nature's hike to see "the colors of the wind."
Mulan has a daughter who is very much girly and she is seriously sick of that and that's why she complains to Li Shang, "I single handedly defeated the Huns, and yet she worships Miss Chen from next door because she's good at makeup!"
Jasmine is a PTA mother, even the school administrator is afraid of her as she doesn't let her kids to suffer from injustice.
Merida has her on set of triplets and it irritates her when the kids pee around the potty. She often scolds, "If I can hit a bullseye from a hundred yards, you can tinkle in the toilet!"
Her entire childhood passed inside a tower and she then vowed not to subject her kid to that. She's now a "free-range parent," and even wrote a book, "Let Your Kids Down From The Tower."
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