Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.
I get curious sometimes.
We had a cat who was really curious. But he is gone now. Not sure what happened to him. (Ed. We never had a cat but it makes for a good opening here.)
I like Disney princesses. They inspire me to dream, to be brave, to think of others, to look at someone’s heart instead of their outside, to be real, to explore, to take chances, to to to …
I was curious to know who is the most popular princess on Facebook. And who is number 2 and number 3 and so on.
So I did some in best it gating. (Ed. investigating).
And now I know.
You can check for yourself at their Facebook page (of course, the numbers are changing) … and you can start a campaign to change the position of your famous princess.
1. Cinderella – 7,064,462 likes
2. Rapunzel – 5,476,612 likes
3. Snow White – 4,333,471 likes
4. Ariel – 2,822,853 likes
5. Pocahontas – 2,804,083 likes
6. Jasmine – 2,347,269 like
7. Mulan – 2,217,051 likes
8. Merida – 1,846,408 likes
9. Tiana – 1,695,866 likes
10. Aurora – 1,656,757 likes
11. Belle – 1,453,190 likes
12. Anna – 164,766 likes
Who is your favorite Disney princess?
Do you think anyone will ever overtake Cinderella as number one?
I think I might start a campaign for Rapunzel. She was the first one I ever saw at the movie theater and the first date I had with my daddy.
Talk to Bill and others about their experiences raising bi-cultural Japanese-American kids.