Discussion in 'Friends Discussion' started by tulagirl, Sep 1, 2016.
I like her tula. She's cute.
LOL I get a kick out of her Marlo Flip hairdo. They are not expensive at all. I found them by accident. I have had one before that was like 4 inches tall. This was much larger. I think she is like 12 inches tall. I love Flatsy's from the 60's and found her looking around the web for those. The only bad thing is you can pose her an all, but she can't stand because, she is too skinny. So, she has to have something behind her. Oh and they didn't bother to paint the back of her and I think they should have. They also should have painted on her clothes like a little bikini or something.
Raggedy Anne dolls have never bothered me, but this one...it seems like no matter where you are, she's always staring at you.
This little lady belongs to a friend.
Sorry not scary to me I think she quite cute and I give her a hug. I really really love any raggedy ann and the really creepier one the most.
We grew up with mom reading us some old Raggedy Ann and Andy books from the 40s. One was The Nice Fat Policeman. We just loved that one. I doubt it's very PC anymore, calling him "fat". But he sure loved him some pancakes.
I grew up with one of each and the books. My poor raggedy Ann ended up living up to her name too much, especially since i was the third to have her. Now I have a vintage christmas one that i just love.
I just have love Raggedy Ann as far back as I can remember. I watch the old cartoons way back when and the newer one that was in the 80 or 90.
I was Raggedy ann for Halloween for two years. My mom said I cried when some one called me a clown and I kinda did not like the costume then. I am scared of clowns if you want to know. I got over it and we still have he hand made costume somewhere.
I have several ann but my purple one is my favorite I belong o my great aunt that passed away.
Those books were so fun. I wish I still owned them. They were just delightful.
My eldest Niece bought me a 1st chapter book call Raggedy Ann and Andy Day at the Fair for a gift before Christmas. Her reason I know you like Ann so I got you this book.
Kids are so sweet this way. They pay far more attention to our likes/dislikes than grown-ups sometimes. That's why you gotta be so careful around them. They see and hear EVERYTHING. Especially if you don't want them to.
What is very Hard is not to yell at them when they break your toys though. Though I blame there mom for not watching them as closely and its my 2 year old niece that does it the most. I have been begging for a lock for my sliding door but I have not been given one.
You're right, when they're little, it's their parents' responsibility to watch them and replace things when they break them. It doesn't hurt a child to tell them 'no' and explain that some items and places are off limits.
A sliding door like a patio door? Can you cut a piece of pipe or even a branch long enough to fit in the bottom rail? That will keep it from opening. Just put it behind the door that slides in the roller area. That's how I lock my patio doors. The door lock will jiggle loose, but a piece of piping at the bottom keeps it from opening for sure.
no its a pocket door that slides in and out. I need like a hook and eye type lock iono why mymom wanted a sliding door to a room.
A rubber bung type of doorstop wedged underneath from your side will work, too. Only trouble is they're hard to get back out. We had a bathroom with a normal door on one side and a pocket door with a lock on the other side that went to the laundry room and through to the kitchen. We figured out how to unlock it and fought mercilessly as kids, so we discovered creative ways to keep it closed while showering.
Segway doll got a little wild during winter break.
I'm sorely tempted by this. I mean, she's an egg laying, neon colored, winged brachiosaur. What's not to love?
Holy crow, that spectacular! A winged Brachi! I need dat!
We all do!
Evelyn says "please?"