I named her “Anne”

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What was your favorite plaything as a child? Do you see any connection between your life now, and your favorite childhood toy?

My favourite toy as a child was a doll which I named Anne.  I recall cutting a slit in her mouth so that I could try to feed her.  She was my constant companion for many years.

Connection? I don’t know, maybe.  I make molds for all sorts of things that people want and I also make porcelain portrait dolls 🙂

*Hugs*

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48 thoughts on “I named her “Anne”

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  4. Anne is really beautiful. I love the crochet dress, they remind me of Granny’s dolls dresses. Grannny had a puppet with a pig head. He had to go everywhere with her for 11 years, his name was Crobs…must have been a vegetarian, I guess. Pawkisses 🙂

  5. I loved my barbie dolls! LOVED them I played with them till I was 12! I don’t see any connection between me now and me then but hopefully soon I will!

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  8. I can’t remember one specific doll (a long time ago) but I had many…I loved dolls and the only thing I would ask for Christmas from ‘Santa’ was a doll and maybe doll clothes.. I don’t think as many little girls have the same attachment to them now days… Diane

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  10. Adorable Michelle! Love the photo! I was more into teddies and had lots of them and still do. 😀
    Great post and thanks for sharing hon. *hugs*

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