|I couldn't resist her cute little face.|
Same situation with the box as the last two. Luckily she had a lot less stuff pinning her down than Gothel or Rapunzel. A twisty wire on her feet, a few tiny plastic thingies in her cape, and a couple in her head.
She's jointed at the neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips,and has the same bendy knees as the Rapunzel I reviewed a couple of days ago.Maybe I should explain those legs. They aren't bendy, as in, just having wires in them like a Tutti or Gumby. They have a knee joint, similar to a Barbie knee, but are a much softer rubbery leg, and the bend is more....uh, bendy than a Barbie knee.
This is the first Snow White doll I have bought for myself.
|I like that they did the stand up collar this time, and it's actually pretty good.|
Emma has one she got as a kid. Ivy was into Snow White for a while when she was very small, but she never had a Snow White doll.When I bought this one Ivy's response was,"But you don't like Snow White." I said,I don't dislike Snow White. I don't not like Snow White. (I mean, I don't specifically NOT like her. That's different from DIS liking her, or just ignoring her altogether.)
|She has cute little rubber slip on flat shoes.|
Actually, I love the animation in the movie. I think it's beautiful.I could never figure out why Snow White did all that stuff her stepmother made her do though. She was the Princess. Tell Step Mother to get lost.
|Such a pretty face, and she's another short haired doll. I love her big brown eyes, and they painted the shape of her little mouth so nicely.|
So, Snow was a little wishy washy,but sweet people can be that way. (I don't have that problem.)
Tomorrow we'll check out my last doll from this trip to the Disney Store.