Sunday Funday! Gracie & Mommy day! Grace had a 9:30 BB appointment and we thought it would be best to take an Uber to Disney Springs. It cost a whole $6.50 and saved a ton of time. This way we could leave the golf cart with the Daniels and Charlotte. She always has her BB at the MK and wanted to try something new this trip. We planned a BB and a girls lunch and some shopping after. Back story (needed for future read reference). Not that it even matters how many she has or doesn't have, but... At home she has between 8-12 Disney princess dresses. Most the dresses you buy at the BB and three or four are the deluxe versions. The girl lacks nothing in the princess dress department. Some are even vintage dresses from when my oldest was little. Grace tried on every dress twice and did a fashion show at home trying to decide what dress to wear for the BB appointment. After much deliberation she decided on a soft cotton Belle dress she got at Target a few weeks before the trip. She planned to have lunch and do shopping after the BB appointment and wanted to be comfortable and not itchy like the other dresses. Smart girl right?! So we get there and the barely twenty something girl looks at her and asks what package. I told her we are doing the crown package. She looks direct at my daughter and says "Oh just the basic today" in the snottyist tone of all. I said, "No, we are doing the crown package". She then looks right at her knowing full well what she is wearing and says, "Do you have a princess dress today? Oh, no. No you don't, you have just a plain dress." My heart sank and then crumbled into a million pieces. I went from heart broken to a rage of red I never knew was in the color spectrum before. Just as I was about to unleash my rath like a momma bear protecting her cub naturally does, I stopped myself and remembered that this day is not mine, but hers. I calmed and turned to Grace for what her response was. It was the most amazing response of all! She responded with, "Oh but I am wearing a princess dress, it's Belle, can't you see? I love it cause it's soft and comfortable." YEEeeeeeeeeeeSssssssssss! My kid is awesome! My kid just responded in the best possible response EVER! She didn't let that snot get to her one little bit. She's good! She's good! This didn't phase her at all! Me? I wanted to say and do some things I can't put in this report!!! How dare she! The moment quickly passed and we were ushered in. Once Grace was settled in and getting her hair done, I looked for a manager. You bet, I quietly excused myself from Grace for a minute and quietly told that manager what just happened (away from any listening ears of course). I know that my child was not the first to hear that snot talk that way. If I don't say something, then that snot is going to continue down that path and the next girl may not be as strong as mine. Who talks to a child like that? Ugh! Well wouldn't you like to know what happens next? Grace all of a sudden had three Fairy God-Mothers at her side for the duration of the BB process. At the end, they presented her with an extra special necklace. A necklace I'm sure someone ran over to get next door at the World of Disney. Before she got up out of the chair, the main Fairy God-Mother asked if she could have one wish what would it be. Grace responded with, "I just wish everyone could be as happy as me." Oh my Lord! I cried! I mean, I cried!!! You know when you go on vacation, there's bound to be problems, issues, bumps in the road, whatever you wanna call it. The thing I like most about Disney is if and when you encounter a problem and bring it to their attention, they don't just address the problem, they make you feel like there never was a problem to begin with at all. We left there feeling like royalty!!! Next up, lunch at the Rain Forest Cafe. She got to sit next to the elephant. Then to the bakeries! This girl deserves two desert stops today. BEST GIRLS DAY EVER says us!