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Little Princesses Need Kinder Surprise Eggs

Four and a half years ago my house became all pink and purple. Then two and a half years ago we added more pink and purple. Two girls that could not get more girlie. We have more pink and purple than anything else in our house – dishes, furniture, toys, and clothes. Princess Kinder Surprise Eggs were (and still are) a big hit in our house.

Recently I had was able to take Austin to a special event called “The Royal Ball”. More Princesses! I didn’t tell her where we were going, just that she needed to be dressed like a princess, she chose a green dress – Tiana, black shoes and off we went. She was more than a little excited once we arrived.

Princess Kinder Surprise Eggs

After that Brookland has started dressing up in her sister’s Cinderella costume from last Halloween. With Austin in her green Tiana dress, everyday is now a Royal Ball in our house.

This Halloween we’ll be hitting the streets in our town with an “Ariel” the mermaid. I sure hope that she didn’t leave the ocean for snow again this year.

Do you have to hide your child’s Halloween costumes until Halloween like we do? Or do they get to wear them as soon as they are bought or made? I know they wouldn’t make it until Halloween if we didn’t hide them.

Do you have a little Princess or Hero in your life? An oh so cute or funny anecdote you’d like to share? Head over to the Kinder Facebook page and share it. Feel free to share it here too, I’d love to hear it.

Disclaimer: I am proud to be A Kinder Mom Ambassador. In  exchange for writing this post, I received a package of Kinder Surprise Pink eggs featuring Disney Princesses and Kinder Surprise Classic eggs featuring Marvel Heroes, plus compensation. 

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