My Little Pony represents a time of innocence in a young girls’ life; a magical time between the ages of three and eight when little girls are sweetness and light and enjoy brushing their hair, a lot.
But even My Little Pony has to grow up, right?
Enter, Equestria Girls.
My Little Pony has not only grown up but has oddly taken on human form. The charming little ponies trot through a magical mirror and become (the horror!) teenagers, in high school. They have to deal with mean girls, crushes on boys and how to eat in the school cafeteria.
I think the reason I am so uncomfortable with My Little Pony growing up is because I'm not looking forward to my little girl becoming an angst-ridden teenager, although according to a recent survey teenagers and their parents are getting along better than ever. Still...