Now for the 18 inch doll stuff! There isn’t much but I got something that makes up for it.
I got pliers, a hammer, and a measuring tape.
And a doll car!!!!! It was a sit on car for little kids but now it is a doll car. The steering wheel even moves!
There is room for two or even three dolls.
I also should be getting some fruit.
Stay tuned for if there is a part three.
When I was at the homeschool convention last weekend, there was a doll booth called The Princess Parables. I got to talk to the owner and her daughter, so that was cool. I took pictures of their stuff so that I could post it here. I like that they have Christian princesses to live up to instead of animated characters. (And I like dolls)
There are five princesses, each based after a parable. They are barbie doll size and have stories about them.
This is princess Faith. She looks sorta like Elsa and is dressed all in blue.
Princess Hope is all in yellow. By the end of the convention all the dolls had sold out but Hope.
Princess Grace wasn’t being sold at the convention but she has an 18 inch doll of her being sold on their website. I got to read the book and it was good. Grace finds some kittens and when one of them runs off she goes looking for it. It is based off of the parable of the lost sheep.
Here are princesss Joy and Charity.
And a close up of the coloring thing.
When I was talking to the owner she said that there should be Christian princesses instead of Disney princesses.
By the end of the convention some of the dolls sitting on the table had even sold!
Welcome….Hope Parker! She is our generation hair play doll, Parker. I changed her name to Hope and brought her home.
She wears a floral dress and an vest. The vest is removable from the dress. The dress has a high waist, puffy sleeves, and it does have an OG tag.
Her shoes are plastic but they are molded to look like ballet shoes.
The bottom looks like a ballet slipper too.
She has gray sleep eyes. (My first 18 inch doll that doesn’t have blue eyes!) She wears a headband and has a faint smile.
Now for the best part. Her hair! It comes to her ankles when down.
In her hair there are three braids that can grow or shrink.
On her back is a button that you push to ‘grow’ the hair and wind to shrink it.
It goes through a hole on her head.
Since she is a hair play doll she came with some hair stuff, two hair extensions, two clips, a comb, and a hair style booklet.
The book has information about the dolls.
The reviews on this doll are really bad but I ignored them. Her hair is not that hard to mange if you care for it properly.
I hope this review will help anyone who is thinking about getting this doll.
Here is the house. It is on my desk which is next to the big doll house, and the closet ribbon is tied to the window so I can’t move it.
In the front of the house the door doesn’t open but the dolls can be on the porch.
First of all there is the living room. The fire place was an ornament and I made the armoire.
The armoire opens to revile a shelf, two hooks, a fabric bin, and a cloth pocket.
Isabelle climbs the stairs.
In the next room I had a table but to keep the house steady with the string pulling on it I had to put a rock in it. The dolls don’t mind though, they play on it.
In the room upstairs they can bounce on the trampoline.
Or put a mat on it and use it as a bed.
In the last room there is a cot for a good nights sleep.