The preschool princess obsession

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The preschool princess obsession

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If your daughter is enamored with princesses and princesses play, just let her have fun with it. There is nothing to worry about. I mean, everybody wanted to be a princess when they were little, right? It's okay of your boy wants to dress up in princess clothes, as well. There's nothing wrong with it. I feel like parents put a preconceived notion about what they feel is right or wrong on a child, when they really have no idea. They are just ready to play, explore, have fun; just let them. They will grow out of it eventually.

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Renae Plant

Preschooler Director

Australian native Renae Plant saved Los Angeles-based Camelot Preschool on February 14, 2008 along with a handful of parents who believed that Camelot should remain a community preschool. Over the years, Camelot has flourished under her leadership as owner/director. Renae improved the campus with eco-friendly bamboo floors, synthetic grass, themed sand castle and play structures. Her biggest accomplishment was turning a run-down shed, in record time, into an eco-friendly, open plan classroom with natural skylights and a special indoor/outdoor feel. Most recently she planned and added a Kindergarten Program to compliment the school and continues to implement new exciting parent involvement programs as well as Music, Spanish, Yoga and Sign Language.  She oversees the day-to-day running of Camelot as well as juggling her hubby Livinio and three kids, Ilan, Mateo and Deklan, (all of whom attended Camelot) and her bump maternity clothing line.

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