Mother’s Day Cinderella

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My family always asks me what I would like for Mother’s Day and I usually come up with about 10 things I need or would like to have.  This year was no different.  But this year I asked for a doll.  That’s right, you heard me correctly.  I asked for a doll. 

Now, this is all my daughter’s fault, because she’s the one who introduced me to them in the first place.  On one of her trips home from college we went shopping and we were just about ready to leave the mall when we saw a huge display of dolls in the Disney Store.  She’d been shopping with some girlfriends and had seen these dolls before and wanted to take another look. I never say no when it comes to looking at dolls, so I went enthusiastically along. 

Inside the store they had these Disney Princess dolls that looked like little children.  They’re called  the Animator’s Series.  Anyway, there were so many choices and they were all so cute, we had a hard time deciding which one we liked the best.  We ended up getting Belle for my daughter’s 21st birthday. 

“Belle”

Well, after that I really wanted one of those dolls too, only it took me forever to decide which one I wanted.  I finally chose Cinderella, although Pochahontas and Rapunzel were my other two favorites.    Here’s my Cinderella doll. 

“Cinderella”

Here’s some advice for you too.  Unless you have a lot of will power, do not go into the Disney Store!  You won’t be able to decide which doll to buy, then you’ll spend way more  money than you should, then your husband will be extremely mad at you and you won’t enjoy your new doll.  Better to stay away!  Or not…………………..

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