One would assume that, by now, Kristen Bell would have introduced her own children to her hit animated film, Frozen. The movie became a box office sensation, earning $1.2 billion worldwide according to Box Office Mojo, and people can’t really go many places without having heard a child singing “Let It Go” at least one time.
But Kristen Bell said when it comes to her two daughters, they have yet to experience it. During an interview with Us Weekly, Bell revealed that she and her husband, Dax Shepard, have yet to introduce their almost two-year-old daughter Lincoln to Frozen, because they are following some guidelines set by the American Psychological Association (APA)
“The APA recommends that you let kids watch TV when they’re 2 and a half, so we’re trying to follow that, which unfortunately is not realistic for all parents — I understand; we’re shooting for the moon. [It’s also for] their imagination, just so they don’t become sedentary and used to zoning out to videos. But she’s certainly seen videos; she loves the hell out of Snoopy! But we’re trying. She certainly hasn’t seen anything Frozen.”
And as it is right now, Kristen Bell said Lincoln doesn’t even know that her mother had a part in the movie.
“She is not my biggest fan. She just doesn’t know what I do for a living! She couldn’t care less.”
Bell added that she has no problem with her daughter not knowing that she is an actress.
“[It] is extremely humbling to come home to someone who couldn’t care less about what you do!”
Kristen Bell gave birth to another daughter, Delta, back in December. While it may still be a few years before both children will get to watch Frozen, Bell told People that she is looking forward to the day when she shows it to them.
“It will be exciting to show them Frozen one day because it’s a story of sisters. When they both start watching TV, I think it will be a very special day in our household.”
But there is one minor concern that Kristen Bell has for when that big day comes. Bell jokingly said that she hopes her daughters don’t end up being unimpressed after watching Frozen.
“I hope I don’t show them the movie and they both go, ‘Eh.'”
While Frozen released to theaters almost two years ago, the movie is still constantly referenced. As the Inquisitr previously reported, several states have decided to have some fun with the winter storm they have received by placing Elsa under arrest. Of course, it’s just a random person dressed as the Frozen character, and the person doesn’t actually get charged with anything.
Do you agree with Kristen Bell’s decision to not show her children Frozen yet?
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