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Posted by: Maria | 2011/06/15

Princesses

CS I had a good chuckle now at your comment on calling girls princesses. Not really sure why I used the term as my own daughter will be horrified if I call her my princess and she is certainly not treated like royalty! I think it''s more a sense of being a very important person in your mother''s life, but still a child with a certain place and role.

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Hmm. And while almost every mother's daughter is a very important person in mom's life, so few mom's have had any actual relationship with a princess, and so few of those seem to be happy ones !

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2011/06/15

Hmm. And while almost every mother's daughter is a very important person in mom's life, so few mom's have had any actual relationship with a princess, and so few of those seem to be happy ones !

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