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  1. I hadn’t really thought about the implications of the search for Cinderella after the ball, those are very good talking points.

    One of the things I try to do with my girls is to say they look “fancy” when playing dress up and that I look “fancy” when I do wear make up. We tell them they look “beautiful” or “pretty” or the like under various real life circumstances.

    Thanks for these tips, sounds like a good read!

  2. Thank you for this post. I have 2 girls who love to dress up, play dolls, etc. Yet they also like to play rough with their brothers. I think it’s o.k. to be who they are, but still know that they are strong, capable young girls. I also love that they LOVE their dad and that he takes the time to play with them.

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