We saved Izzie’s allotted Christmas money to spend at Disney. I am sooo glad we did! We allowed her to pick out a princess outfit at the “princess store” and then took her to the “Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique” in Cinderella’s castle for a princess make-over. We were hesitant to do this, but let me tell you, it was worth it! She felt like a true princess! She had her hair, make-up and nails done. It was a priceless memory. Even the boys wanted to stick around to see her excitement. It was a super cute experience.
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