128/365- Zilla with the assist

For Mother’s Day, the zilla decided to assist me in me picture of the day photos by lending me some of her toys. The zilla for those of you who don’t know is my rambunctious toddler.
Zilla often refers to my Nendoroid Feena as princess so I decided to utilize her. Nendoroid Feena quite liked her castle although she was admittedly too large for it 😦 This Dora castle was a last minute Christmas gift for the zilla, even though she received and owns tons of other more impressive toys it is her favorite of all the toys.

The zilla is quite fond of animals, so she has accordingly amassed a great collection of Littlest Pet Shop she is quite fond of telling everyone what the animals say (thanks to Spongebob the snail goes meow).
The idea behind this photo was like Disney princess particularly Snow White and Cinderella with all the little woodland creatures making nice with the princesses.

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4 Responses to 128/365- Zilla with the assist

  1. Avalon says:

    “thanks to Spongebob the snail goes meow”
    XD That’s simply adorable!

  2. lovelyduckie says:

    “thanks to Spongebob the snail goes meow”

    lol that’s cute. But I really like this photo of the day, she really looks a lot like a classic princess

  3. These are adorable. “Thanks to Spongebob the snail goes meow” has to be the cutest thing I’ve ever heard! Do you happen to remember where you got Feena?

    • kleintoys says:

      I believe I got her from HobbylinkJapan but it’s been about a year now so I can’t quite remember anymore ^^;

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