Okay so we all know Dizzy is Drizella’s daughter and is the worlds best cinnamon roll, and Chad is Cinderella’s son and is a flaming asshole.
But what about Anastasia?
In the second Cinderella, it seems Anastasia turned over a new leaf. She fell in love with the baker, and told her mother, Lady Tremaine, to back the heck off. So when The Isle was created, was Anastasia spared? Did she and the baker have a kid? Do they go to Auradon? I just really want to know what happened to her, because if she got sent to the the Isle, that’s messed up.
I really hope that Anastasia from Cinderella didn’t go to the Isle. She literally was shown to be good in the 2nd and 3rd Cinderella movies, but if King Beast brought people back from the dead and left innocent children on the Isle of the Lost, I wouldn’t be surprised if he imprisoned her there too.
And yeah, that totally means I have a headcanon of Dizzy going to live with Aunt Anastasia in Auradon because that would be the cutest thing ever
Dizzy has been very cuddly lately. I discovered that when she’s sleeping she sometimes puts her paw over her eyes like a little sleeping mask. Lately her favorite hobby has been sitting on top of me while I try to play Splatoon 2.
Her legs still seem weak as she stumbles occasionally when she walks or stops to eat, but hopefully that will improve with time. She likes to be independent and will always try to jump on her own before asking for help.
Her check up is on August 3rd! Hopefully we’ll see some weight gain and iron increases.
“Dissociating is one of the most common responses to abuse and trauma. It involves feeling numb, detached or unreal and (while it happens to everyone once in a while) is experienced more frequently and severely in survivors. Dissociating people vary widely in symptoms and may experience any or all of the things from the following list.
You may be dissociating if you:
• find yourself staring at one spot, not thinking anything • feel completely numb • feel like you’re not really in your body, like you’re watching yourself in a movie. • feel suddenly lightheaded or dizzy • lose the plot of the show or conversation you were focused on • feel as if you’re not quite real, like you’re in a dream • feel like you’re floating • suddenly feel like you’re not a part of the world around you • feel detached and far away from other people, who may seem mechanical or unreal to you • are very startled when someone/something gets your attention completely forget what you were thinking just a moment ago • suddenly cover your face or react as if you’re about to be hurt for no reason • can’t remember important information about yourself, like your age or where you live • find yourself rocking back and forth • become very focused on a small or trivial object or event • find that voices, sounds or writing seem far away and you sometimes have trouble understanding them. • feel as if you’ve just experienced a flashback (perhaps rapidly) but you can’t remember anything about it. • perceive your body as foreign or not belonging to you”