The Inevitable Stages of a Frozen Obsession

Are your children Frozen obsessed? Of course they are. Obviously. Welcome to the inevitable stages of a Frozen obsession.

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Stage 1
Oh my goodness, WHAT AN AMAZING MOVIE!! The strong female characters, OLAF (ha ha!), the gorgeous snow and ice, the TRUE LOVE of a SISTER (sniff sniff), and OH, the MUSIC! It’s just SO GOOD! Yay Disney!

Stage 2
Let it gooooo, let it goooooo, can’t hold it back anymoooore!” (Sigh) Don’t you just LOVE Idina Menzel?

Stage 3
Do you wanna build a snoooowmaaaan? It doesn’t have to be a snooowmaaaan. Okay, byyyyyye.” (Sniff) That part gets me every time.

Stage 4
Sure, kids! Let’s buy the DVD. And the soundtrack. It’s only like THE best Disney movie EVER MADE!

Stage 5
Oh, how cute! The kids have all of the songs memorized!

Stage 6
Oh, how cute! They’re belting out “Let it Go” all day!

Stage 7
Wow. They’re really belting out “Let it Go” ALL DAY LONG.

Stage 8 
GOOD LORD, THEY’RE BELTING OUT “LET IT GO” ALL. FREAKING. DAY. LONG.

Stage 9
Please. Please, let it go, kids. For real. LET IT GO.

Stage 10 
Holy cow, now it’s all over Facebook. I have to hear other people’s kids singing it, too? Exactly how many times does it take for one song to qualify as torture?

Stage 11
I’m hearing it in my dreams now. In my dreams. Every night.

Stage 12
OMIGOD, KIDS. IF YOU DON’T STOP SINGING, I’M GOING TO LET YOU GO.

Stage 13
Disney is the devil and Idina Menzel is Satan spawn.

Stage 14
What, kids? No, I have NO IDEA what happened to the DVD and the soundtrack. Maybe you lost them. Maybe the big snow monster ate them. OR MAYBE YOU WORE THEM DOWN SO MUCH THEY HAD NO WILL TO CONTINUE EXISTING. 

Stage 15
Yes, I know you’re just devastated, kids. Yes, I understand you can’t “let it go.” Wow, you’re THAT upset, huh? Well . . . I just have one thing to say: “Let the stoooorm raaaage ooooooooon. The cold never bothered me anyway.

About the writer

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Annie Reneau writes about motherhood and other hilariously beautiful things on her blog, Motherhood and More. Last year, she convinced her husband and three kids to live as nomads around the United States, which was every bit as crazy and amazing as it sounds. She uses her Facebook page as therapy and has finally joined the cool kids on Twitter

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Jaime 1 year ago

Bahahahah!! Love this, I have two boys and I personally am at stage 12 right now

Charla 1 year ago

Remember when “frozen” meant something cold and icy.

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