Our first day was staying at a stay and park hotel which was a good deal since we got to leave the vehicle there all week plus get a ride to and from the airport. Our flight was at 6:00 a.m. so we had to get up and at ’em early.
Waking up the little princess (which is what she called herself all week, by the way) was a chore. Ava got up and was getting dressed while we tried to get Kate going. She wasn’t too happy that I was taking early-morning photos.
As you will see, Kate has not only the potential of being royalty but also the lips for royalty. When she is older, she can be a real princess at Disney because she has the lips for it. We discovered this at Cinderella’s castle when we went there for lunch on her birthday.
Snow White was so sweet! She took time to talk to the girls. And as she was talking to the girls, I noticed the similarity between her and Princess Kate. If you will look at the photo, you will see her mouth is moving and she has beautiful lips.
Kate’s mouth is always moving and she has beautiful lips… when they’re not turned down in a big frown. Well, even then, they’re still beautiful.
Kate loves to talk with her beautiful lips (actually it’s called bossing). She also loves make-up including bright red lipstick. The two just go together: beautiful lips and bright red lipstick.
The girls were very excited to be kissed by Snow White. I can’t imagine how many times the lovely Princess must have to replenish her lipstick!
I’m fairly certain she does this to each child that will allow her to do so.
And the final result of all this kissing…
A pair of bright red lips on the cheek of each little princess!
And how does this make me realize our Kate has the lips of a princess? Her lips are always moving and talking, so check that one off; she loves to kiss her prince (usually me–I am so lucky), so check that one off; she would love that bright red lipstick slathered all over her lips, so check that one off; and she has the full lips for leaving nice, big, red “princess tattoos” on all the happy little children’s faces.