I just retrieved some of my dolls from a closet at my parent's house. To be specific, my First Arrival Felicity, Kit, and my Hearts for Hearts dolls. There will be lots of pictures to come!
It just struck me, how much more peaceful I felt when I had them in my arms. Mind you, I was worried up until that moment because I couldn't find them.
But they really, really mean something to me and I feel so much better with the dolls in my life.
My mother is a minimalist and I feel bad that I am not, that I need my dolls. And I am a grown woman.
There are so many people who look down on dolls as a hobby, you know? It's not something you share a lot, unless you are very confident in yourself. I share on this blog, but I don't share my dolls much in Real Life.
Still, it doesn't hurt anyone, it makes me happy, and I am not going to change anything soon.
The gang is definitely here to stay!
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