16 Positive Personality Traits of Princess Belle Worth Developing

16 Positive Personality Traits of Princess Belle Worth Developing

Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.

I am probably more like Princess Belle than any of the other princesses. Or maybe it is just that I want to think so.

For one my daddy comes across as pretty goofy, too. I haven’t had to bail him out of the dungeon of a castle, but my older brother said something about almost having to.

Here are the characteristics of Belle that I think are worth developing:

Princess Belle's Personality
Princess Belle’s Personality

Independent – Belle is Belle and nobody else.

Free thinker – I think it comes from reading. Lots of information in = lots of stuff to think about.

Dreamer – Rapunzel is not the only who dreams. Far off places, daring adventures …

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Reader – I love to read.

Imaginative – you have to have something of substance to form your imagination around.

Patient – I wouldn’t be able to put up with Gaston’s advances like she did.

Opinionated – this comes from being well read and being able to support your thoughts.

Speaks her mind – most people don’t speak well because they have nothing to say. Bell has plenty to say.

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Intelligent – I would rather be intelligent than beautiful, but Belle is both.

Compassionate – how tenderly she nursed the Beast. And at the risk of her safety she rescued her father and took his place.

Beyond superficial – She could see the inner qualities of the Beast long before others could.

Stubborn – She won’t if she doesn’t want to and she will if she does.

Kind – she won the monster over with kindness.

Loyal – You came back!

Graceful – Better than Ginger Rogers who did everything Fred Astaire did except backwards and in high heels. Belle seems to float when she dances.

Valiant – Courage in action.

What a beautiful person inside and outside is Belle.

I have a lot of growing up to do.

Talk to Bill and others about their experiences raising bi-cultural Japanese-American kids.

 

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