Perhaps you're over Frozen.
Perhaps you've identified a series of synonyms (hands off! don't touch! put it down!) because the last thing you want to accidentally say in front of your children is "let it go," even if you mean it literally, because you know that when linked together, those three words will trigger a Pavlovian response of exuberant warbling and incorrectly improvised lyrics, especially when the song reaches the bridge, with the one exception being the line about frozen fractals that somehow everyone, even a three-year-old, can nail word for word.
Yes, even if Frozen is dead to you, your day will be better if you take three minutes to watch how the movie actually should have ended.
"So... you're saying we should lock her up alone in the castle until she's safe to be around?"
"What? That's not what I said. That's a terrible idea -- no!"
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