I totally get that little girls like sparkly things. Believe me, I know. However, is it really necessary to cover the entire bottom two-thirds of the Ariel dress in tiny blue metallic SEQUINS? This is clothing designed for young children; is SEQUINS really the best option for creating the sparkle they crave? I can somewhat understand SEQUINS on a prom dress or for a special occasion, but these costumes are being worn everyday ... all day. Perhaps it's time to hire MOMS to design your next line of princess dresses. Just a thought.
Sick of Sequins
Dear Aunt Tricia,
Thank you for bestowing upon your niece her newest, most priced possession. She wakes up asking to put on her Ariel dress. If allowed, she would wear it everywhere ... every waking hour ... and perhaps even to bed. Natalie simply loves her Ariel dress! It is such a sweet gesture for her cousins to pass down their outgrown princess collection. I have just one tiny little complaint. The blue metallic SEQUINS - the ones that make this dress look so mermaid-esque - are all over my house! I cannot walk into a room without spotting a sparkle of blue ... there, there, and there. I think perhaps it is only fair that your girls accept a gift from me ... I'll be looking for something noisy and messy that I know
Revenge is Sweet
Dear Tiny Blue Sequins,
Please stay ON the Ariel dress and OFF my carpet. If you cannot comply, I am making a deal with the evil Sea Witch. That's all I'm saying.
Mermaid ("fish") face and clear evidence of my angst!