On Christmas Eve I took my baby girl on a date to the movies. She had been wanting to see Frozen and since we both were off from work and school it was a great time to do it. Plus we had free tickets from her selling so much chocolate for her class.
We find out seats and laugh our way through the previews. Jas cracks me up the way she gets things at such a young age.
We both LOVED Frozen! We both give it 2 thumbs up! I recommend it to for children and adults alike. It was really well done.
In the movie the topic of death and family are touched upon. On the ride home Jas and I were discussing the the movie and this conversation took place.
Jas: My favorite parts were when the sisters were little girls. I like that.
Me: I liked that too.
Jas: I wish they would have stayed little girls.
Me: Well people grow up, they couldn’t stay little girls forever.
Jas: I know, but, why didn’t the little boy have a family?
Me: Not everyone has a family, he was raised by the Trolls and they became his family.
Jas: Oh, but the little girls had a family.
Me: Yea they did, but their mom and dad died remember? That’s why they were sad. But they still had each other.
Jas: Yea they drowned on that boat. But they would come back.
Me: No baby, when people die, they don’t come back.
Jas: Oh. If you died mommy I wouldn’t be sad.
Me: * getting an attitude* okay baby.
Jas: yea if you died I wouldn’t be sad because you’d come back.
Me: Remember I told you when people die they don’t come back.
Jas: Oh, well if you died I still wouldn’t be sad. You know why?\
Jas: Because I know there will always be someone to take care of me and I’d always keep your kisses in my heart!
I cried silently. It was the sweetest thing. She gets it and I’m so glad she knows that God forbid I ever had to leave her, she’d always be taken care of.