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Life is but a dream for little North West!

The cutie-patootie 2-year-old got lost in her world of imagination on Thursday night, playing dress up with mama, Kim Kardashian.

Nori mixed and matched some of her favorite Disney characters, wearing what appears to be a Cinderella gown with some red Mini Mouse ears and a pair of white gloves. We can see she was busy taking care of her doll, which was sitting perched in a stroller next to a Mini Mouse umbrella.

Kim captioned the photo, "It's gonna be a long night…" LOL!

It's gonna be a long night...

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The adorable pic gives us a little bit of a break from the other Kardashian-West drama that's been circulating this week.

On Wednesday, Kanye West let loose in a Twitter tirade against Wiz Khalifa during which things got personal when the "All Day" rapper brought Amber Rose and Wiz's 2-year-old son, Sebastian, into the mix.

Kanye said Wiz "let a stripper trap him," referring to Rose's former job before she became a glamour model and had a baby with the rapper. He even went as far as telling the "See you Again" rapper that he "wouldn't have a child" if it wasn't for him and that he "owns" his child.

Kanye West, Amber Rose, Wiz Khalifa

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This, of course, did not settle well with Rose, who not only tweeted some nasty things in response, but she also called the rapper out during her visit on the Allegedly podcast Thursday.

"The thing of it is like, I would never talk about kids in like, an argument. It just shows the type of person he is," she said. "You know, even him saying stuff about my son, I still didn't say anything about his kids. I'm not going to. That's ridiculous. They're innocent babies. You don't ever, ever talk about a baby, ever. It just shows how f--king ridiculous he is."

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