My children may be over-Disney'ed. I guess it is possible.
Libby is 21 mths old and can sing several Disney songs. So can Gracie, in fact, Gracie can sing lots of them! Gracie's favorite is "Small World" but lately she's been singing "You've got a friend in me". Libby chimes in with "me" in all the appropriate places. Libby sings, "I know you walked upon a dweem" (pretty close to the real lyrics!). This is a Sleeping Beauty song.
Gracie can identify every Disney character, from which movie, and who then tell you all about the movie or story. Libby is not too far behind. She can identify lots of Disney characters too! Not too many slip past her. She doesn't know her colors yet, but she knows her Disney characters!
They both know their way around Disneyland. We don't even use the park map. But neither one know where we live. Hmmm. Gracie knows for a fact that there are seven dwarfs, but she isn't sure how many sisters she has.
Our Disney passes aren't good until the end of August (and it might be too hot then). We might have to try to normalize the kids a bit. Not sure if I can counter-balance the Disney influence with nursery rhymes, colors, and the alphabet but I'll give it a whirl.
Belle has a yellow dress. Yellow. Sleeping Beauty has a pink dress. Pink. Cinderella's dress is blue. Blue. Snow White's dress is not white. I know, that one is too confusing. Let's move on.....
A is for Alice in Wonderland
B is for Beauty and the Beast
C is for Cars and Chick Hicks
This might be harder than I thought.