What is 'a crown for my neck?'

(16 Posts)
curiousgeorgie Sun 06-Oct-13 10:02:12

My nearly 3 year old has asked me for 'A tiara and a crown for my neck' for christmas...

Through several questions I've eliminated necklace. She's very frustrated that I don't know what she means!!

Any ideas? smile

Iwaswatchingthat Sun 06-Oct-13 10:03:18

Does she mean a cape? Like the sort a queen would wear?

bakingaddict Sun 06-Oct-13 10:03:49

A garland of some sort perhaps?

Beehatch Sun 06-Oct-13 10:04:16

One of those Elizabethan neck ruffles?

Floggingmolly Sun 06-Oct-13 10:04:40

A feather boa?

DameFellatioNelson Sun 06-Oct-13 10:05:12

Yes, I think either a ruffle or a cape with a standy-up gold trimmed collar.

abloggerwhoblogs Sun 06-Oct-13 10:52:57

a torc type necklace

Not a necklace ?

Can she show you on one of her books what she means?
I'd have guessed a diamante set necklace, like an upside-down tiara.

2anddone Sun 06-Oct-13 15:32:00

Does she watch Sofia the first? Her magic amulet necklace looks a bit like an upside down crown? Think they have some in the Argos catalogue maybe you could look through it with her and show her it?

DropYourSword Sun 06-Oct-13 15:32:39

I would have thought a necklace or a torq.

sandiy Sun 06-Oct-13 15:41:51

Is she being an angel? It so she probably means tinsel around the neck of her outfit.

JerseySpud Sun 06-Oct-13 17:07:45

Could it be a high backed colour like a wicked queen wears?

JerseySpud Sun 06-Oct-13 17:07:51

collar even

curiousgeorgie Sun 06-Oct-13 17:33:31

Thanks for all the suggestions!

She does watch (and is obsessed with!) Sofia the First so maybe that's it... I'm going to show her pictures of everything and see what she means.

roslet Sun 06-Oct-13 18:37:17

A choker?

Intriguing! I've never heard of Sofia the First, I'm off to google. grin

Do let us know what she meant OP.

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