April 9 - National Unicorn Day!



Did you know that April 9 is National Unicorn Day? What a beautiful day for such a beautiful creature!

Unicorns are mystical, majestic and of course, fictional. Although you'll see many places add cute little horns to their horses for children to pet and ride. Remember, Unicorns do not have wings, but they definitely floated right into all our hearts with their sprinkles of magic flying behind them as they run!

For your own Unicorn photoshoot, check out our experience here or their official website here.


How about some adoriable (adorable, adoriable, you say tomato I say...) facts about the fictional Unicorn??

1. Unicorns are born, and are only found on Earth - Despite possessing beauty and power that seemingly defy the laws of our universe, unicorns call our Earth “home.” Aren't we blessed to have them?

2. Unicorns are energized and fed by the Sun! -  If you happen to stumble upon a unicorn in the forest, you won’t see it munching grass. That’s way too boring, and come on grass is pretty bland. They actually use their horns to absorb the sun’s light and convert it into energy. No wonder we have so much sunlight every day!

3. Unicorns are only found in Forests (Enchanted they must be!) - You’re pretty unlikely to ever see a unicorn unless you hike far and away. Of course, you should still stay vigilant the next time you take a stroll through the woods. Who knows, one could pass right by you.

4. Unicorns tend to have Blue or Purple Eyes - Sometimes if the prominent color of a passing Unicorn is green you may find their eye color matches. But just like humans, that is more rare than the sighting of a Unicorn! 

5. They are magical beyond all worldly feeling and love - If you manage to lay hands on a white unicorn, you’ll receive a special gift: Eternal Happiness. Finding one that happens to sheen rainbow in the sunlight will give you Everlasting Peace with Nature, but again those are even more rare!


Unicorns today can be found on clothes, shoes, furniture, wallpaper, and more. Try to get with your children today, and "find" a Unicorn in your home! Comment below, or tag @reviewballet (instagram) or @reviewballerina (Twitter) with the picture of you with your Unicorn!





Elizabeth is a wife to her wonderful husband, a work at home mother to her beautiful little girl and a blogger for some time now. When she isn't spending time with her "Livvybug", or laughing with her husband, she is looking for new review opportunities and writing or singing along to classic rock and pop music!

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