The little sisters
The dolls are in store right now and the doll community seems to be impress with these characters! Me, myself I am happy to see an all Africa American doll line in the stores. Where were they was I was a little girl.
Growing up as a child I never saw a doll that looked like me. Those who have met me in the doll community, I’m a very short (a little on the heavy side) dark skin woman. It’s a little too late that these dolls came out, but right on time whatever that means. In the Africa American community a lot of our little girls are growing up too fast and may not be interested in other things to expand their minds! So I glad these dolls are coming out to make differences. We also can make a difference by leading our little girls on the right path to a better future. You are never too old to play with dolls and I know that for a fact. I always share my doll fixation with my niece and she loves playing with me; we even make up some really corny stories but we do not care because we are having fun!
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