Mickey Mouse is a cartoon fictional character in the shape of a Mouse who became the icon for The Walt Disney Company created by Ub Iwerks in the 1920s. Mickey Mouse has grown from just an animated character to become a world-famous symbol.
Meanwhile, Minnie was designed in the fashion of a flapper girl. Her main outfit consists of a short flapper girl dress that often revealed her distinctive patched knickers. In the 1929 cartoon The Karnival Kid, it was also revealed that she wears black stockings which were also fashionable among flapper girls. Her shoes are probably her most distinctive article of clothing. For comedic effect, she wears oversized high heeled pumps that are too big for her feet. Her heels often slip out of her shoes, and she even loses her shoes completely in The Gallopin’ Gaucho. When she walked or danced, the clip clop of her large pumps was usually heard clearly and often went with the rhythm of the music that was played in the background.
Mickey And Minnie Gallery for Coloring
Mickey Mouse And Minnie Dancing
Minnie Kissing Mickey
Mickey Minnie In Love
Wacthing TV for Kids
Many have researched the dangers of watching television for children. Here are some things that threaten babies if they watch television:
1. Blue light rays damage the retina of the baby’s eyes
Babies’ eyes have relatively clear and clear lenses, very susceptible to blue light. While television is an electronic device that emits blue light so that it can damage the retina of the baby’s eye. Some studies say that there are things that affect the amount of blue light received by the baby’s eyes, namely the length of television viewing in one day and the distance between eyes and television.
2. Watching television lowers the baby’s retinal function
The length of time a baby watches television affects the infant’s retinal score. The longer the TV viewing time, the lower the baby’s retinal score. The greatest risk of damage due to blue light is 70-80 percent reaching the retina at the age of 0-2 years, one of which is due to blue light from television. So, babies are not recommended to watch television.
3. Disrupt the baby’s brain
Experts suspect that babies younger than 2 years view television as a confusing array of colors, images, and sounds. They don’t understand a lot of content. Since the average TV scene lasts five to eight seconds, your baby or toddler doesn’t have enough time to digest what’s happening.
Minnie on the dress
Queen Minnie and Cowboy Mickey
Minnie Mouse with Baloon
Music Dancing Mickey and Minnie
Mickey And Minnie Mouse Valentine Day
Mickey And Minnie Campfire
Cute Baby Mickey and Mickey
Mickey and Minnie Read A book
Falling in Love of Mickey and Minnie
Crown on Mickey and Ribbon on Minnie
Mickey Mouse Gives Minnie 4 Baloons
Wedding day of Minnie and Mickey
Hugging Each Others
Mickey Mouse Balloons To Give Minnie
Mickey, Minnie and Goofy
Hugging and Kissing Mickey and Minnie
Mickey And Minnie Mouse Birthday
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