Today's doll is a LittleMissMatched doll I found at Salvation Army for only $2.99.
|She originally had a ponytail. When I got her I had to super condition her hair. It's still kind of crispy on the ends.|
|Although I did do a lot of tree climbing as a kid. Does that count?|
A while back Uptown Girl was the doll of the day. (Doll-A-Day 98, 8 April, 2014.) She was bought new, so she had all her original stuff. Sporty Girl is wearing her original hoodie and shirt, but she is supposed to have a skirt too.
I added the shoes from another LittleMissMatched fashion pack I bought when I got Uptown Girl.
The LittleMissMatched dolls are made by Tonner Toys. They were actually available at Toys R Us though, as well as the Tonner website. They were also sold on the Shopping Channel.
They have the same body as Tonner's Maudlynn Macabre, (Doll-A-Day 38, 7 February, 2014.), and can share clothes and shoes with her. Maudlynn seems to be made of a slightly higher quality vinyl though.
|According to the Tonner site they are about 15 and 1/4" tall.|
There were four dolls in the series.
I really love their cute silly faces and they are really fun to pose.
|When she came home with me she had a nasty purple 'bruise' on her left cheek. Most of it came off with a baking soda scrub. She looks fine now.|
That's it for today. Join us again tomorrow for another doll.