1. Marie (muh-ree)
2. I don’t think you can get it super pin-straight unless you steam it (VERY carefully, and with a PLASTIC steamer, NOT metal!) taking care to cover her eyes while you do so, because if water gets into her eyes, the eye mechanism can rust and she would likely develop silver eye (something that can happen to blue and grey eyed dolls.) Otherwise, I would just mist the hair with a bit of water (again, cover her eyes when you do this) and gently brush it out from the tips working your way up to the scalp, and just brush it out for a little bit. Then do it again once the hair dries (or the next day.) After a while, her hair should straighten out. I once put rope braids in my McKenna’s hair. She normally has pin-straight hair, and when I took the braids out, it was all kinky all over, but after brushing it out and leaving it for a while, her hair straightened back out on her own.
Some shots of the new goodies :3
Looks like the desk is a hit!
Well, at least the spinny chair is!
They had another employee United Way sale. I got all this for $20. SWEET.
That’s Kit’s Roll Top Desk in the back, and the entire School Backpack Set (minus one pencil, I think.)
Kanani at the Cape, Pt. 3
Kanani at the Cape, Pt. 2
Kanani at the Cape, Pt. 1
Daydream Doll Boutique is doing a giveaway for a $25.00 credit to their store! If you love 18” doll fashions, you should check it out. Their prices are very affordable, and they have really cute things!
Click HERE to find out how to enter.
I want to take Kanani and Saige to the beach this year for some photo ops, but I don’t know. Last year I took only one doll, McKenna, and that was enough trouble..
My Bitty Twins, 2G/2B, Brynn & Brody.