Haylee Bazen was chatting with her three-year-old son, Zackary, about Disney princesses (their favorite was Snow White, which feels like a contentious choice), when a stranger butted in. This stranger did not point out to them that Belle would be a solid pick but rather, this random person sitting at the bus stop told Bazen her son shouldn't be wearing a Frozen dress. Zackary was sporting the Elsa attire for school and, as she explained on Facebook, Bazen saw no problem at all with her son's outfit.
To the lady at the bus stop who felt the need to interrupt my conversation with my son.
I am NOT sorry you didn't like how he was dressed nor am I sorry that you didn't like our discussion topic of who our favorite Disney Princess is (Snow White obviously).
Zackary is my 3 year old son and he can be who he wants to be. Today he was a Disney princess and YES I did send him to school like that. Why??? Beacuse that's what he wanted to wear, because he wanted to show his teachers and friends his Elsa dress, because he wanted to sing 'let it go' for show and tell, because he doesn't understand the gender stereotypes YOU think he should conform to, but most importantly because he is awesome!!
He plays with cars and dolls, princesses and pirates. He rides his scooter or pushes his pram. He wears zombie face painting or lip stick and if he choose to wear a dress he can!!
So next time you see us, dressed as a princess or cowboy, keep you disapproving stares to yourself and unless you want to tell him how great he looks keep your poisonous words to yourself too.
Your the one that should be embarrassed to leave the house not us!!
So this stranger took issue with both Bazeen and Zackary's conversation about Disney princesses—and Zackary's outfit? Was this person ever a child? Or a human? Everyone has a favorite Disney princess and that topic should be brought up more often because it can provide great insight into people's personalities.
As to the kid's outfit, nobody can say anything about it because look how happy he is in it:
Has a scratchy blue gown and purple cape ever made a human being look so joyous?