Photo courtesy of Madelon
I can't say that I care too much either way, as long as the quality is still there, but I've read that it is lacking. Oh great, Natty hands me ¼ section, of the middle of her banana, and asks me to put it in my pocket. Instead, she gently places it on Lauren's leg and Lauren, as babies do, kicks her legs out, the banana rolls on the tile and I roll over the banana. Clean up - in the American Girl Doll section. After many" aww how sweet they are", "you have your hands full", "oh, I thought they we're going to be twins"," I thought I had it bad!" and I replied - "yes they are sweet", "I have three more in school", "they are 16 months apart", "nope, I guess I win", we head to the cash out. I am able to use only one of the three coupons, the other expired and the really good one was for JC Penney's, whoops!
So happy Kaitlyn left me with something to do when I got home! I'm sure I could think of nothing else that needed to be done in a house of seven. She put Lea downstairs, so I could fix her hair, when the babies went down for their afternoon naps. Easy fix, she did two simple low braids. When she took the braids out of the doll's hair it was left a smidge wavy. Just mist the wavy section with water and gently brush the hair using a wire brush, it may take several attempts, depending how long the braids were in the doll's hair. If it is a doll like Molly or Kaya that come with braids be patient, over time, the waves will lessen.
So now that the afternoon has quieted down, I can relax, by relax I mean prep dinner, vacuum, do laundry (3 loads), clean a bathroom, and empty the dishwasher. Happy Monday...