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You won’t be able to resist the cuteness of this ‘Frozen’-inspired softball team photo
It’s just so cute. We can’t let it go.
If you haven’t seen the greatest animated motion picture of this millennium, Frozen, literally what are you waiting for? The Disney movie has inspired color-changing bras, cosmetics, wedding gowns, and even an academic conference. Now, it’s inspired an adorable Little League team to prove that even princesses can play ball.
Oklahoma-based photographer Betsy Wagner-Gregory recently shared a portrait she took of a girls’ Little League softball team. But these girls weren’t your ordinary softball players, clad in jerseys and cleats. Instead, they paired Frozen-inspired dresses with their favorite gear.
The result speaks for itself.
It’s so damn cute. We just can’t let it go. (Sorry.)
H/T Hello Giggles| Photo via Betsy Wagner-Gregory/Facebook
Marisa Kabas is a lifestyle reporter and activist. Her work has been published by Fusion, Fast Company, and Today. She’s also served as an editorial campaigns director for Purpose PBC, a social movement incubator.