I’m Pretty Sure My Toddler Is All 7 Dwarfs from Snow WhiteChaunie Brusie
Anyone who has ever spent any time with a toddler knows that they are generally a whirlwind of personality. In the span of minutes, my daughter can go from being the sweetest, most adorable, cuddliest child you ever did see … to someone I can only assume is the spawn of Satan.
Recently I got to thinking, who else does this remind me of? Perhaps seven different pint-sized, inappropriate, and probably filthy individuals that we all know and love? Yup, that’s right. My toddler is pretty much all seven dwarfs from Snow White wrapped up into one tiny package — and here’s proof.
When I introduce her to anyone new:
Unfortunately, this phase will not last long. Hope you like no sense of personal space, unexpected bouts of gas, and endless rounds of “Ring Around The Rosy.” (Side note: I’m still horrified that this song even exists.)
At the exact moment we’re about to serve her birthday cake:
Yum. Who wants cake?
When she’s sneaking into her sisters’ jewelry box full of stuff she knows she’s not supposed to play with:
Shiny! So shiny!
The minute I’m done running errands and am heading home, praying she WON’T fall asleep:
Seriously? You literally bounced off of the wall at the grocery store like Richard Simmons on a caffeine drip and now you choose to be tired?!?
When I’m a millisecond too late serving up lunch:
This would explain why there’s not a dwarf named “Patient,” huh?
When I’m trying to dress her and she suddenly has no bones in her body:
Do they teach the limp noodle move in toddler school or it just a skill some of them are born with, like the ability to roll your tongue?
When she eats from her favorite food group — sugar:
Sigh. Is it bedtime yet?
Get Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs for the first time on Digital HD & Disney Movies Anywhere, and on Blu-ray™ February 2.