Señora Guzmán: How's being a third-time mother treating you?
Julieta: Exhausting, honestly. I never knew anything could cry so much.
Señora Guzmán: Well, all babies do that, she'll grow out of it.
Julieta: What? No, the baby's great, hardly cries at all compared to the others.
Señora Guzmán: Then what—
Young Luisa, holding baby Mirabel and sobbing: MAMA, I LOVE HER SO MUCH.
Julieta: You forgot to do the dishes, didn't you?
Agustín: [drinking out of a vase] No, why?
Do you wanna build a snowman?
Julieta and Pepa finding out they are pregnant at the same time for the second time and pretending to actually be surprised
Her triplets were watching her raptly. Julieta had a hand on her heart, a sweet smile on her face. Bruno tilted his head curiously, his smile growing as if to silently encourage Alma to continue. Pepa sniffled, a little cloud above her head, a rainbow peeking out from behind it.
“That’s so sweet,” Pepa murmured.
“It was,” Alma agreed. “It wasn’t anything dramatic or ground-shaking. It was just…” A connection. A boy and a girl, enjoying each other’s company. Something special clicking into place.
“We connected,” Alma said. “Speaking with Pedro was as easy as breathing. It felt like speaking with an old friend. As if we knew each other for a long time.”
As if a piece of her heart said, Oh, there you are. I’ve been looking all over for you.
Alma and the triplets discuss Pedro. Isabela works on her new dress as storm clouds herald the impending arrival of newcomers...
small cultural & Colombia/Latin related details from Encanto 🇨🇴
the flowers on Isabela’s dress and in her hair - cattleya trianae orchids (may lilies), national flowers of Colombia
Camilo snapping his fingers when he is excited
Mirabel using her lips to point
flowered balconies (like in Cartagena)
ruanas (ponchos) that Bruno and Camilo wore
inviting the whole town/neighbourhood to a party
sombrero vueltiao - traditional Colombian hat
Isabela being covered in the colors of Colombian flag (🇨🇴) during her song
and many many more!
(this is for all the people who still say Encanto is not about Colombians ; sorry about the quality of the gifs)
Isabela: Am I forgiven yet?
Luisa: Are you fucking forgiven? No! You told our little sister her greatest achievement in life will be to become an organ donor!
Luisa: Our mother can heal people, we don’t even need organ donors!
Isabela: Yeah, that’s kinda the point, Luisa.
Had to draw some teenage triplets! I love imagining the shenanigans they'd get into when they were young.. God I hope they expand on it in a series/movie... there's TOO MUCH POTENTIAL ;_;
siblings looking like they could all be different ethnicity but they still look like siblings is just so Colombian
I love this movie so much