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Top 10 Cutest Disney Kids

VO: Emily Brayton
There’s adorable and then there’s Disney adorable! Disney has a knack of making things extra cute and that’s certainly no exception for these Disney kids. We’re talking about baby Moana, Boo from Monster’s Inc, Chip from Beauty and the Beast, Lilo from Lilo & Stitch, Rapunzel from Tangled, baby Tarzan, and baby Merida.

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Top 10 Cutest Disney Kids

There’s adorable – and then there’s Disney adorable. No contest which is cuter. Welcome to MsMojo, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 cutest Disney kids.

For this list, we’re looking at the cutest of the cute in the Disney realm – and that’s saying something! We won’t be including the adorable puppies or other baby animals from the Mouse House, as they have a list of their own.

#10: Hercules
“Hercules” (1997)

Sure, as an adult he became the first mega-hunk superstar, but even as a baby there was something about Hercules. With the teeniest curl of a nose and winning smile, we just can’t get enough of the itty bitty Wonder Boy. His big, sparkling eyes just add to the cute factor. And how many infants have a full head of hair that looks like it’s made of pure spun gold? His appeal isn’t all due to his looks, though. His first meeting with Pegasus is something that gives us all the feels. Not to mention the way Herc looks so happy even when being flown off by his kidnappers, or when he disposes of them. That’s pretty high on the cute scale!

#9: Anna and Elsa
“Frozen” (2013)

Two cuties for the price of one – because how could anyone separate these two little beauties? The perfect dynamic of an excitable younger sibling and one who needs a little bit of coaxing, we could watch these two build snowmen forever. Fair-haired Elsa and red-tressed Anna are both beautiful little girls, with the kind of eyes that people just fall right into. But what lands them on the list is the chemistry between them. The love and joy that these two share is a perfect example of what sisterly love is supposed to be about. It warms even the iciest of viewers’ hearts – which makes their later forced separation that much more painful.

#8: Moana
“Moana” (2016)

Those EYES! We can’t resist! Little Moana has what seems to be an ideal life. Living near the shore, this little sweetie-pie is interested in everything the island has to offer, and gathers seashell after seashell. Her little giggle is just part of the innocence that makes Moana so appealing and endearing. Her fast friendship with the ocean is incredibly captivating, and little does she know that she’s making a lifelong pal. The ocean giving her adorable brunette tresses a makeover and then their goodbye waves skyrocketed this new Disney heroine into our hearts.

#7: Tiana
“The Princess and the Frog” (2009)

Little Charlotte’s professed willingness to kiss a frog to become a princess is pretty charming, but it pales next to little Tiana’s willfulness. Without being overbearing or obnoxious, Tiana demonstrates a strong sense of self and a belief in her own abilities – qualities she’s going to need as she grows up. Though she has a wonderfully expressive face, and springy black curls, it’s Tiana’s endless drive that makes her special. From a young age, she makes a mean gumbo and has lofty aspirations, but her parents teach her that family is really what’s important.

#6: Merida
“Brave” (2012)

Sure, the trio of brash, mischievous little brothers in “Brave” have their fair share of way-cute moments, but they have to take second place to their incredible sister. With that shock of wild red hair, giant bright blue eyes and a smile that lights up her little face, Merida is a wee darling. Combine that with her impish personality and she’s a real winner. When she’s given her first set of bow and arrows, we kind of knew she’d get pretty good with them, but her first tries are nothing short of adorable. When she delves into the forest and meets a will o’ the wisp, we truly see how endlessly inquisitive she is.\

#5: Tarzan
“Tarzan” (1999)

Maybe Tarzan should have just stayed a little baby. Sure, when he grows up he shows that he knows how to rock that loincloth, but just look at how fetching his pudgy little arms are as a baby. And how many babies would be so calm when a gorilla shows up and starts inspecting them? Little Tarzan doesn’t mind being hung upside down and he’s perfectly content to spend time making little bubbles. Once he reaches out to give Kala’s fingers a squeeze, she’s sold – but he had the rest of us the minute he sneezed.

#4: Boo
“Monsters, Inc.” (2001)

To scary monsters, the little girl called Boo is considered toxic. Well, if by toxic they mean “so cute you just want to scream,” then she’s guilty as charged. Seriously, how can you not love a little girl who’s got those big old eyes? Especially when they water up and she starts crying? But we love Boo because of how innocent and childlike she is. She’s trusting and loving and sweet, but also very ready to react to unpleasant stimuli. With her adorable little pigtails, it’s no wonder “Kitty” and Mike fall for her just like we did.

#3: Chip
“Beauty and the Beast” (1991)

He spends most of the movie as a slightly broken teacup, but whether he’s in his enchanted form or his human form, Chip steals your heart right away. What mother wouldn’t want to have a son like Chip? He’s mother’s little helper without being a mama’s boy, a sweet kid that has an optimistic outlook even about his enchantment. And who can’t help but chuckle when his mother and friends are singing about Belle and the Beast’s relationship – and Chip just doesn’t understand what they’re talking about? As a human, he’s every bit as lovable, too – which is quite an accomplishment.

#2: Rapunzel
“Tangled” (2010)

Rapunzel may not have the happiest of childhoods, but her infancy started out well. Granted, being the beloved daughter of a king and queen isn’t a bad way to begin life. But Rapunzel was clearly a good baby. She was lively and curious, a squirming little bundle of happiness. And even as a baby, she had a head of gorgeous golden hair. Even after being kidnapped by a witch, Rapunzel was a precious child, obedient, kind and full of wonder. This is one little girl who never gave up hope – despite having every reason to do so.
Before we reveal our top pick, here are a few honorable mentions:

“The Little Mermaid: Ariel’s Beginning” (2008)

“Pinocchio” (1940)

“The Emperor’s New Groove” (2000)

#1: Lilo
“Lilo & Stitch” (2002)

Lilo doesn’t have the benefits of royal birth or a fairy tale setting. She’s a realistic little girl being raised by her well-meaning but inexperienced older sister. Seen as an oddball by other kids her age, it doesn’t help matters that Lilo has very definite, strong opinions that she is unafraid to voice – or express in other ways. Lilo also has quite the wild imagination. But Lilo’s stubborn streak comes from her desire to have a happy family at any cost. She makes mistakes, but she’s unerringly honest, determined and loyal. Roll this up into a package of jet-black hair and an infectious smile, and you’ve got the cutest of them all with a great big heart.
Do you agree with our list? What other incredibly adorable Disney children should we have included? For more cuddly top 10s published daily, be sure to subscribe to MsMojo.


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