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How to Get Your Kids to Stop Singing Frozen Songs

How to "Let It Go" When Your Kids Won't Stop Singing Frozen Songs

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How to "Let It Go" When Your Kids Won't Stop Singing Frozen Songs
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Have you been asked if you want to build a snowman every day for months? Are your waking hours filled with the sounds of children singing about sandwiches? When frustrated, are you frequently told to "let it go"? If so, you've come to the right place. Like millions of parents worldwide, you're experiencing a common condition: household Frozen addiction.

Don't panic! We're here to help walk you through this trying time, determining the best way to handle your kids' Disney film dependency. While your family pet might have already been renamed "Olaf," you can still save your own sanity by following these tips!

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