She Was Born Weighing One Pound And Fifteen Ounces, But That Didn’t Stop This Princess Warrior From Growing Into A Disney Fashionista

With over 50 Minnie ears in her collection so far, this 2-year-old princess is strutting her way through Disneyland in style. Check out her unique mix of Minnie ears and adorable outfits that are stealing people’s hearts.

Meet tiny but fierce, Zelda Perez, queen of Minnie ears and Disneyland fanatic.✨


Zelda was born premature weighing only 1 pound and 15 ounces, but she has grown into a healthy and very fashionable 2-year-old.


That’s why her parents decided to give her the name Zelda because it means warrior princess.


At 2-years-old, she is stealing the hearts of so many Disney-goers and has grown her collection of Minnie ears to over 50!


YES. She has over 50.


Every single one of her Minnie ears is perfectly coordinated to her ears’ theme.


She’s been to Disneyland over 60 times, but don’t think this little princess repeats her outfits. Zelda always has a fresh outfit and Minnie ears, ready to strut next to Mickey and his friends.


And she enjoys every second of it. ?


So watch out Disneyland…


…because this warrior princess is taking the spotlight.


And she is forever stealing our hearts. ?


Keep slaying baby Zelda! ?

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Here's How This Traditional Mexican Beverage Is Finding A Home In The United States


Here’s How This Traditional Mexican Beverage Is Finding A Home In The United States


Café de olla’s journey from Mexico to the U.S. is more than 100 years in the making.

Café de olla is a beverage with a long, rich history in Mexico, and thanks to the efforts of entrepreneurs like Chuy Tovar, the traditional drink is cementing its place in the United States. As the owner of Primera Taza, a coffee shop located in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, Tovar serves café de olla much like it was served 100 years ago, using ingredients as they would have been prepared then. As Latino USA reports, café de olla was preferred by Mexican soldiers in need of an energy boost, and it was a favorite of Mexican Revolutionary hero Emiliano Zapata. Current day café de olla enthusiasts, like Tovar, consider the drink a “superdrink,” thanks to its rich and nourishing ingredients.

Tovar, who is from Jalisco, told Latino USA, that his desire to cultivate Mexican coffee grew out of not finding enough of it in the United States. The only coffees he did find were usually “from Oaxaca or Veracruz,” leaving many Mexican regions under-represented in the U.S. Like Tovar, other coffee shop owners are doing their part to keep these kinds of traditional Mexican recipes available for the next generation.

To find out more about café de olla, read the rest of the story at Latino USA.

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