Cluttercast: Porcelain dolls
My daughter loved playing with dolls when she was a child—making up stories, changing their clothes, even cutting their hair. When she got these porcelain dolls I managed to intervene before she got her hands on them. I put them up on a high shelf where they sat watching her play with the Cabbage Patch dolls and Barbies.
They sat up there for years. She never took them down, or played with them. She never seemed to fall in love with them. They made it through her childhood without coming down from the shelf. When she stopped playing with dolls, I packed them up and put them away.
Alli is grown up now; and although she’s changed in many ways, she hasn’t changed her mind about these dolls. So they’re still looking for love—and I’m sure they will find it out there.
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