Frozen Mad

Little T first saw the Disney movie Frozen when it was shown in theatres last December.  She wasn’t too mad about it, I think she was too young for it then.  But not anymore – ever since we’ve purchased the said movie, she’s been absolutely nuts about it.

Given the chance, she’d probably watch it more than once a day.  But once is enough, for her sake and our sanity’s sake.  The thing about little T, as you can see from the photos, she doesn’t just watch the movie, she actually likes to re-enact the whole movie –  hence the scarf, turned into a cape.

The above photo shows her doing the scene where Anna (whom she insists is actually called Onna, because according to her, that’s the way they pronounce the name in the movie), saves her sister Elsa from being killed by the wicked Hans.  Anna raises her arm to protect Elsa from the sword, so does my little T.

And as Arundel is thawed from the eternal winter, as celebration, Queen Elsa “freezes” the palace grounds to make it into a gigantic ice-rink so the people could have an instant skating party.  She does this by stomping her foot and raising her arms, as you can see, Little T does it well too 😉  And of course, like any other Frozen aficionado, she likes to sing the theme song by shouting it loud “Let it go, let it go!”

We ordered the soundtrack online yesterday – God help us!  I know, what were we thinking?  Clearly not!  We thought it would be nice for her to listen to it on our trip when we go on our holiday this July.

Does your little one like Frozen too?  Do they also re-enact the scenes?

This post is linked-up with PODcast’s #whatsthestory.


Have a lovely week folks!

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I'm a part-time writer, full-time mother and dog-walker living in a small English village by the sea with my husband, daughter and a dog named Doc.


  1. dianaroggenbuckebrown

    I’m with little T I really loved Frozen, I think it was one of my favourite kids movies that I have seem in a while. 🙂

  2. thereadingresidence

    Yep, you’ll regret ordering that soundtrack! Boo adores Frozen, too, and has the DVD & CD – you’ve no idea how many times a day I hear those songs….!

    • Oh dear… And because she watches it every day, we actually know it now!

  3. Coombe Mill (Fiona) (@coombemill)

    I’ve managed to avoid the Frozen hype in my household as my kids are all just out of the stage of watching Disney at the moment. I love how she enacts the film as it happens, super cute!

  4. Mummy Tries

    So sweet! My two girls are frozen mad too! Wonder what the next big craze will be? #whatsthestory

  5. The Vanilla Housewife

    Hahahah! Same thing here! Her grandma even made her a cape, which made things worse. LOL

  6. diaryofamidlifemummy

    Fabulous!! I’m so pleased there is another little girl out there who swears by calling her ‘Onna’ also! H loves Frozen too. But then again, I thought it was pretty cool too! Xx

    • Great! I’m also glad she’s not the only one who think it’s Onna. Maybe it really is! 😉

  7. Merlinda Little (@pixiedusk)

    Aww that so cute! Soundtrack will be awesome too on trips. We saw this way late and my son doesnt really like it. He is still loyal to toy story =) #WhatsTheStory

    • She used to love Toy Story too. Still does I think, right now though, Frozen is the latest craze! 😉

  8. Kate @ Did That Just Happen?

    Rock on! I love that Little T stands and reenacts the scenes – that is so cute to watch! And I’m glad that Mr. T is older! 🙂

  9. It drives me mad that they pronounce it Onna! My girls love it, Fran is usually dressed up as Elsa and bursts into songs from the film at random moments throughout the day. #whatsthestory

    • Kids are so funny, aren’t they? I’m glad it’s not only daughter who thinks it’s pronounced as Onna!

  10. Sara (@mumturnedmom)

    We have seen it (I loved it!) but haven’t bought it yet, only a matter of time 🙂

    • Soon your daughter will be singing at the top of her voice too 🙂

  11. Charly Dove

    Oh Dean I just love this post! POD loves Frozen too so I can only imagine T reinacting it – how brilliant! She looks the part too. Great post, thank you for sharing with #whatsthestory

  12. The Coffee Table Years

    My girls absolutely loved this movie too. They have also been singing ‘Let it go, Let it gooooo’ over and over again. Because I’ve never watched the movie, I couldn’t figure out where this came from. Now I know – so thank you!

    • I guess ALL little girls love Frozen! I wonder what the next craze is?

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