About a month and a half ago, we were at story time at the library and my DD was scared of the prince. Obviously since she was dressed as a princess, and he's a prince, he would want to marry her. It all ended well, he promised not to marry her, and they agreed to be friends. DD is still determined not to marry him. At first, she said she wouldn't marry him even if
he cried and cried and cried. Now she's worried about him because he is
crying and crying and crying (btw...love her self-confidence. She's absolutely convinced that there's a prince out there crying his eyes out over her).
Since I want to get back into embroidery, and need a project, we're going to make him a handkerchief to dry his tears
The silly thing that made me smile: the pattern that DD approved was a pansy. According to the pattern book I found it in, in Elizabethan times pansies meant "love in vain" When I saw that, I started giggling at how apropos that meaning is for this particular project!