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Old 04-17-2013, 08:57 PM   #16
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Maybe when the Mine Coaster opens next year, there will be a resurgence in merchandise. Of course by that time, your daughter will not be obsessed with the dwarfs, she'll be into Belle or Ariel or Tink.
BINGO!!! There will be a TON of Snow White and Seven Dwarfs merchandise. And, your daughter will likely be on to other things. I am always a little sad when my kids move past a favorite phase.
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Old 04-19-2013, 10:28 PM   #17
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BINGO!!! There will be a TON of Snow White and Seven Dwarfs merchandise. And, your daughter will likely be on to other things. I am always a little sad when my kids move past a favorite phase.
Yes, I know. I totally realize what is happening right now, and trying to embrace every single second of it....before she moves on to makeup.

She is already into the princesses, just getting started and it is AWESOME. She loves Snow White, Aurora (which is so cute to hear a 2 year old attempt to pronounce), Belle, Tiana (which she calls TY-anna, lol), Rapunzel (another fun one to pronounce), Tinkerbelle, Cinderella, Ariel, Woody (and all Toy Story characters), Winnie the Pooh.....
The list really goes on and on.

I am besides myself that my child loves Disney, and knows more characters than I ever did, at 2 years old. I am over-joyed.

I can't share the Disney excitement (or obsession, however you look at it...haha) with my husband or friends so much, but being able to indulge, imagine, and get excited with my daughter is more cherish-able than anything else in my life. I cannot thank Disney enough. I am so grateful.
Disney = Happiness. Period.
Websters should just replace the word "Happy" with "Disney".
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Old 04-19-2013, 10:29 PM   #18
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My daughter calls Tiana "Aunt Tiana."
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Old 04-19-2013, 10:32 PM   #19
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My daughter calls Tiana "Aunt Tiana."
Hysterical! Mine LOVES her. I think the movie is AMAZING and wayyyyy underrated. I just ordered her the 21" plush doll. I can't wait to see her face when it comes in the mail.
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Seven dwarfs

I have a complete set of all 7 in plush 24 " a lady on eBay has the only other whole set I can fine so they are out there just hard to fine
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Gee we didn't have a whole set but I gave some of ours to Goodwill.
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