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Being the mother of a little girl is the greatest joy and responsibility of my life. Isn’t it just so wonderful to watch a little one grow and discover who they are and what they are capable of accomplishing? Every day I have moments when I am completely in awe of my girl and the amazing person she is. I always want to say to her “dream big, princess.”
Dear mamas everywhere, in a world that can be harsh and especially challenging for our dear daughters, lets band together and tell them “dream big, princesses.”
My little daughter… she tells me she wants to be a scientist, a fashion designer, and a mommy. Dream big, sweet princess!
One of the most important ways we can foster creativity, confidence, and big dreams in our children is through imaginative play. Do you often listen to your children when they are playing? Isn’t it so exciting and completely adorable to hear them express their ideas about the world?
I want my daughter to have toys that inspire her to dream and imagine her own stories.
On a recent visit to Toys “R” Us we discovered the Disney Princess “Dream Big, Princess” display of super cute toys that my girl loves:
I love the positive message that the Disney “Dream Big, Princess” is presenting to girls. Our girls can be anything they want to be! The storytelling behind every princess encourages young girls to be kind, unique, caring, strong, brave.
As I was thinking about Disney’s “Dream Big, Princess” theme, I decided to create several printables to share here. They are super cute and are little activities that you can do with your daughter to encourage imagination, creativity, and conversation.
FREE “DREAM BIG, PRINCESS” PRINTABLES
Dream Big, Princess – Coloring Sheet 1
Dream Big, Princess – Coloring Sheet 2
Dream Big, Princess – Coloring Sheet 3
Dream Big, Princess – Interview
Use these printables for an afternoon activity, to spark conversation, and to record memories of your sweet little one and her precious thoughts about life. Tell me in the comments, how do you encourage your children to dream?
Dream big, princess!