Making her feminist mama proud

The fairy princess doctor races off to save her next patient. Possibly with magic. More likely with Dora band-aids.


Blogger Mouthy Housewife said...

Wings really help in NYC traffic!

6/13/09, 11:55 AM  
Anonymous Alexis said...

We had a fairy princess President over here the other day!

6/13/09, 12:05 PM  
Blogger Boy Crazy said...

aww...sort of makes me wish I had a girl. :)

6/13/09, 12:05 PM  
Blogger roni said...

so cute! can't stand it. my 19 m old likes blues clues ears when she practices medicine... :)

6/13/09, 12:50 PM  
Anonymous Dana said...

I love it! The wings are awesome. I want some one.

6/13/09, 12:54 PM  
Blogger Dana said...

I want SOME NOW. not some one.


6/13/09, 12:56 PM  
Blogger lonek8 said...

fairy princess is in the genes - my oldest was never called Princess, we rarely dressed her in anything pink, nor was her room/decor/bedding pink or purple, and yet what is her favorite color? Purple. what does she wear EVERY SINGLE DAY? A fairy dress. What does she constantly ask for? to have her nails painted and put on makeup and jewelry. And yet she will tackle her brother like a defensive lineman. So I guess it's ok. Oh, and when she does her doctoring it is all about your forehead - no clue where that idea came from

6/13/09, 2:46 PM  
Blogger Dana's Brain said...

Love it. That is so perfect.

6/13/09, 3:06 PM  
Blogger Life As I Know It said...

Awesome! I saw a shirt during the presidential election when Hillary was still in the running that said, "President, not Princess". My 4 year-old isn't buying it--yet. I keep trying :).

6/13/09, 3:12 PM  
Blogger abby said...

I wish my doctor was a fairy princess. what insurance does she take?

6/13/09, 4:22 PM  
Anonymous RookieMom Whitney said...

My kids' pediatrician told me that she was chatting up a 5-year old boy patient and asked him what he wanted to be when he grows up. He couldn't come up with anything.

She said, "How about a doctor?"

"That's for girls," he replied.

She was shocked to have all the ego she had built up for herself about being a female doctor, the breadwinner for her 5 person family, taken for granted by this kid.

I guess we're at the edge of a new era. Your girls might think cooking is for daddies. My mom (59) owns an ad agency, so mine think that marketing is for grandmas.

6/13/09, 5:20 PM  
Blogger the new girl said...

Don't underestimate the power of a Dora band-aid, yo.

Just saying.

6/13/09, 5:47 PM  
Anonymous mamaloves said...

Beautiful. What a great picture. Can't wait for my girls to play dress-up. Does she want two nine month old friends? Love her style!

6/13/09, 6:03 PM  
Blogger Heather said...

That is one fantastic photo!

6/14/09, 2:21 AM  
Blogger Janell said...

How cute.I love her little wand. Makes me want a little girl. I already have my little boy so I hope the next ones a girl.

6/14/09, 1:49 PM  
Anonymous Sarah @ BecomingSarah.com said...


And don't knock the Dora band-aids. My niece informed me this weekend that they were the only thing that saved my life...lol.

6/15/09, 11:23 AM  
Blogger Noelle said...

Adorable photo!

The preschool princess doctor in my household has declared that she only treats other princesses, kittens, and sick mommies :)

6/16/09, 4:04 AM  
Anonymous Scott said...

"17 SHARDS OF BRILLIANCE"? That post is brilliant, not to mention hilarious!

6/27/09, 8:06 PM  

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