Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique for Boys: Not Just for Princesses!
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Who would have thought the best and most exciting moment of my nephews' first Walt Disney World trip would take place somewhere seemingly reserved for up-and-coming princesses?
About the Author: Tiffini is a journalist, photographer, and Walt Disney World College Program Alumni. She is a self-proclaimed Disney-addict and delights in all things related to Walt Disney World vacations. She is looking forward to her next trip in September of 2012!
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What a fun idea and incredibly fun thing to do! You know you can't get the barber to cut a boys hair for that. I have teen girls who missed out on the BBB craze, but I'll pass this on to my nephews (4 &7). Boys are often reluctant to get a new do and maybe even more so right before travel, this way you can save on the do and have a lot less fussing too!
My DD had Fairy Godmother in training Angela, last Sept when she did BBB. Yes, she was soft spoken, but she had a gorgeous voice! She sang during DD appointment and was beautiful. I have it on video.
What a great idea! I've always said that Disney as forgotten about their princes. (Of course, I have two boys...) But, I'm going to DLR next year. Wonder if they offer the same thing..?:confused:
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Updated 06-14-2012 - Article #815
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