Apparently, Keegan agrees with me. I heard a little sniffle coming from her direction, then another. I asked her if she was ok, only to be met with a huge "No! It's sad!" as she started crying. She immediately came into my lap and started bawling as she exclaimed how she didn't like it because it was too sad. My heart broke for my sweet girl, she is a bit of a pistol with a bit of firecracker and a bit of banshee (and maybe a little imp), but deep down, she has a heart made of gold that feels for all around her. Istarted crying as I snuggled her, relishing in a purely emotional female cry together. I showed her how Mickey and Minnie were still happy, but also told her it was ok for her to be sad.
I find it amazing that her emotional maturity has developed to that degree just shy of three years old. I think we may have to be more careful with what she watches from here on out just so we can be prepared to support her through her viewing. I sure do love that sweet girl!