During our Disney trip, we took the girls to the fancy Cinderella dinner. It was sort of ridiculous, since it's very expensive and the food is just OK and you don't actually have dinner with her, just meet her on the way in, but if you have a 4 year old who's life-long desire is to meet Cinderella, you book it and shut up.
Going over the Disney brochure beforehand, I did spy the BibbetyBobbetyBoutique, that offers Princess Makeovers for 100$ a pop, and for a moment, wondered if we wouldn't be better served with a princess makeover for one rather than an expensive dinner times 4. And then, I saw a little girl looking like a cross between an Olympic ice-skater and a pageant beauty-kid: TONs of glitter-gel in her hair, which was tied up in a bun, from which polyester springy-curls extensions were attached. Her face was aglow in all manners of shimmer and shine. And she looked to be 5 years old, going on 45. Then we spotted another girl, then another, and finally, 3 who were not only made-over but were wearing princess gowns. At which point I realised they had all been the victims of the princess makeover and thanked my lucky stars I hadn't booked the thing.
So imagine my horror when I came across this little ditty on my gossip sites today:
go ahead. Tell me this isn't totally freaking you out. 'Cause it sure as heck is freaking me out. Of course, to emphasise the blond-ness of the wig, they picked an Asian girl..... And why is she lying on her back on the floor?