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Princess bedroom. Amber*MommaOfTwo Due March 28 (boy); 1 child; Pennsylvania 547 posts
6th Jan '13

So those of you who had little girls with a princess bedroom. About how old were they when they outgrew it and didn't want it anymore?

user banned 3 kids; Ontario 10942 posts
6th Jan '13
Quoting Amber*MommaOfTwo:" So those of you who had little girls with a princess bedroom. About how old were they when they outgrew it and didn't want it anymore?"


DD grew out of it at 3, and moved onto a justin bieber room. lol She is 4.5 yrs old now and still has a JB room. lol

Mummy-2-2-Monsters TTC since Aug 2014; 2 kids; Seven Hills, Australia 9730 posts
status 6th Jan '13

My daughter had a barbie room and requested a big girl room just before her 5th birthday.

PurpleBama582 52 kids; Dothan, Alabama 3875 posts
6th Jan '13

My youngest daughter is 5 and still loves her princess stuff.

Amber*MommaOfTwo Due March 28 (boy); 1 child; Pennsylvania 547 posts
6th Jan '13

Yea. That's the problem I'm running in to. She's 6 in a month. We're looking to move, hopefully by summer, so what better time to redo her room. Every day you ask her though, she has a different answer. Wants princess. Wants big girl stuff. /sigh. I invested a lot of money into this stuff. I just dunno what to do with it. And I think I'm the one not ready to move on! Haha

khigh 1 child; Fort Sill, Oklahoma 8101 posts
6th Jan '13

What about an older girl princess theme?



Target has a blue and white Cinderella theme that looks older than the pink stuff.



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Amber*MommaOfTwo Due March 28 (boy); 1 child; Pennsylvania 547 posts
6th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting khigh:</b>" What about an older girl princess theme? Target has a blue and white Cinderella theme that looks older than the pink stuff. "</blockquote>




I was thinking if I take out all the Disney princess.. And more so just make it Girly... If it would work better for her. (Even though there really isn't much Disney to begin with)