About This Blog

Welcome to my blog! Before you get the wrong idea–this is not a blog about guns or Scarface–it’s a blog about dolls. If you came here expecting guns and violence, just turn your butt around and leave, be sure to close the door behind you!

I’m a life-long doll lover. I grew up playing with Barbie and all of her friends as well as Johnny West, The Sunshine Family and Dawn dolls. I was never much in to baby dolls, I never had much of a maternal instinct and to be honest, I still don’t. I liked dolls that had adventures, worked jobs, rode horses, went camping, not some doll that wanted to be fed and it’s diaper changed.

This blog will primarily be about American Girl Dolls.  I hope that you enjoy seeing what I’m working on and keep coming back!

Please keep in mind that I am an adult and while this blog showcases things that appeal to kids, I might let the wrong word slip here and there. I do try my best not to be obscene, but it is MY blog, so if I do slip up, please don’t send me hate mail or nasty comments. I’m only human, and I’m sure that some of you may have said worse at home.

PLEASE NOTE**Persons under the age of 13 are not allowed to leave comments on this blog.  If you have left a comment and I discover that you are under the age of 13, the comment will be deleted.  Sorry, but I’m not taking any chances and due to the COPPA laws, anyone under 13 is required to have parental permission to post anywhere on the internet.  Nothing personal, just looking out for everyone’s safety and abiding the law!

6 thoughts on “About This Blog

  1. Just found your blog today through AG Herstory! I can totally relate to not having a maternal instinct; as a kid I loved baby dolls, but they were so much easier than real babies! AG and other 18″ dolls have so much potential for all sorts of play stories. Looking forward to reading more about your dolls!

  2. HI! Just got a link from a friend about your Furga doll; I have one too! My grandma worked for Montgomery Ward so I’m sure that’s where I got her. I do have a picture too! I don’t know how to attach it though.

    • I got the pic, that’s really cool! I wish I could find some old Christmas catalogs with a picture of my doll, I’d love to know what she actually cost back then.

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