Sofia the First with Princess Sofa, Disney’s first little princess, launched just over a month ago on Disney Junior’s DSTV. It’s such an adorable program for kids aged 2 – 7 and what I love about it is all the positivity and awesome “lessons” it shares with kids.
If you haven’t seen it on DSTV’s Disney Junior yet, make sure to check it out. If you have a little girl, she is SURE to love it and even better, LEARN from it.
I received my own little Princess Sofia gift pack. I have 2 boys and while they were more than eager to open the box, the tiara didn’t quite work for them. So, after seeing if I could pull off the Princess Sofia look, I decided to find my own little Princess Sofia (Brayden below) to try out the box goodies!
About Princess Sofia
The animated television series Sofia the First is set in the storybook world of Enchancia and tells the story of Princess Sofia, an adventurous little girl who is learning how to adjust to royal life after her mom marries the king and she becomes a princess overnight. Upon moving into the castle to live with her new family, including her step-father, King Roland II, and step-siblings Amber and James, Sofia quickly discovers that looking like a princess isn’t all that difficult, but possessing the characteristics of a true princess – honesty, loyalty, courage, independence, compassion and grace – is what makes one truly royal.
Helping her in her journey are the three headmistresses of Royal Pre Academy, Fauna, Flora and Merryweather (the beloved fairies seen in Disney’s classic Sleeping Beauty); the royal steward, Baileywick; and a group of cute woodland creatures led by a wise-talking rabbit named Clover. Classic Disney Princesses Ariel, Aurora, Belle and Jasmine will make special appearances in event episodes to offer Sofia words of wisdom – princess to princess.
Created for kids age 2-7 and their families, the stories are designed to communicate positive messages and life lessons for young children. While she lives in an enchanting fairytale world of castles, wizards and flying horses, Sofia remains a relatable peer-to-peer princess who is experiencing many of the same social situations as young viewers at home, including fitting in at school, building sibling relationships, making new friends, discovering how and when to be brave, learning the importance of telling the truth, and mastering new skills and good sportsmanship.
Pssst: If you love girls outfits to match their favourite shows, take a look at the awesome stuff from Disney for Sofia the First: http://www.disneystore.com/sofia-the-first/mn/1015502/
Have you watched Princess Sofia yet? Feel free to leave a comment about the new show below.
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