I saw this one confession and another Disney Confessions blog that said they really wanted a Disney Character that lived through one on the world wars but they also think that Disney would never do that. Has everyone forgotten that Jane, daughter of Wendy Darling and female protagonist of Return to Neverland became less kind and creative when WW2 started?


endless list of otps: peter pan and jane darling (peter pan: return to neverland)

In honour of your downright unbelievable skill at finding hidden treasures, I now proclaim you Jane, a lost boy. Uh, I mean, a lost girl. Me? The very first lost girl? What’s the matter? Don’t you want to be—Yes, I’d like that very much, Peter.

reasons i ship Jane/Peter Pan:

  • she punched him the first time they met (it was an accident)
  • she wasn’t afraid to call him out on his shit, and did so often
  • they literally flew over and through a rainbow that’s the cutest thing ever
  • Peter was humbled because of her and actually grew to be a better and kinder person
  • she learned to let loose and be a kid again thanks to him
  • he was talking about how all girls he’s met have had crushes and him and she’s like ‘or maybe you’re just full of hot air’ and he literally fell out of the air and then he looked at her with this really cute admiring look on his face with his
  • they both made efforts to meet each other halfway
  • they have the cutest fucking interactions okay they’re fucking adorable
  • he saved her from the pirates at the beginning, and she saved him (and the Lost Boys) from Hook at the end
  • she has a Peter Pan plushie ok that’s adorable
  • he genuinely liked her as a friend and not just someone to be his mom (like that plot point was dropped immediately after it was mentioned and it was never brought up again)
  • they became better people thanks to each other
  • it’s just really cute ok

please watch Return to Neverland it’s the cutest you won’t regret it

Favorite Disney mom: Wendy Darling

I loved seeing grown-up Wendy. She loved her children unconditionally and you can really see it in this movie. She gave them a wonderful childhood by basically giving them hers. A childhood filled with imagination and adventure. She kept the spirit of Peter Pan alive in her heart and in her childrens hearts. She never forgot