Guess what guys? I think my 6 year old daughter is tired of Frozen merchandise. She actually put four of her Elsa dolls in the “storage bin.”
I get a Frozen break before Frozen 2 hits the theaters.
Maybe it was the Frozen toy extravaganza that Santa left under the tree last Christmas that pushed her off the bandwagon…or maybe it’s her true love of all things pink that is clashing with the predominantly blue branded junk. Whatever it is, I am thankful.
Thank goodness she let me know that her interest was waning before I hit “add to cart.” My procrastinating saved the day.
However, since I already scoped out some great Frozen ideas, I figured I would share it with those of you that are still stuck in Arindelle.
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Disney Frozen Favor Pail— Who says you need to use a basket?
Disney’s Frozen Candy-filled Plastic Easter Eggs — She may be out of her Frozen phase but I think these would go over well with the girls in her Kindergarten class.
Frozen 2in1 Activities Chilly Fun Book — Activity books are always great for the car or for quiet time.
Disney Frozen Olaf Cuddle Pillow — I always get a stuffed animal for Easter. Isn’t this a cute and huggable one?
Disney Frozen Charm Bracelet — This is perfect for the little divas that love to rock the costume jewelry.
Jumbo Playing Cards — This is me hoping that playing cards will actually be played with and not end up all over the place on the floor.
Disney Frozen Hair Clips — I love these little hair clips.
Disney Frozen Olaf Snowman Projector Pen It’s not an Elsa product but it’s okay because Olaf is a close second.
Disney Frozen Mini Milk Chocolate Bars — I don’t actually care what is on the chocolate wrapper.
I’m The kids are just going to throw it away anyway after gobbling it down.
Frozen Peel ‘n Stick Sticker Puzzles — This is really cool. It’s a sticker and a puzzle! (Why didn’t I think of that?)
So has the Easter Bunny already finished at your house or are you a lil bit behind like me?