Not that long ago I found out about something called TRAVELING DOLLS. It was something set up for dolls. They would go visit a random persons home and go to another, and so on. Finally they would get home. I wanted to join this so bad but apparently they don’t allow children to get involved, only adults. I don’t know why. And It cost money.
So that is when me and my friends decided to create our own version of Traveling Dolls. It is basic the same, but the dolls are safer, they travel to people you KNOW, not strangers. And they don’t stay out for a year, only a week or two. We post blogs and stories about what our dolls do, and it is fun. It’s easy to create your own version of Traveling Dolls, just discuss the subject with your friends who have dolls, and ask your parents for permission. Here are pictures of the Traveling Dolls who have visited our home:
Name: Kit Maria (on the right, in the blue)
About her: Kit Maria is a very friendly girl and was our first Traveling doll to visit our house. She loves her best friend, Kit, who is her identical cousin, and they look just alike. Kit Maria is sisters with Mia. Kit Maria is Jewish (and Christian) and celebrates Hanukkah, a fun Jewish holiday. (See my photo story!) Kit Maria has been featured in 4 photo stories about her travel.
Lessons: A talkative, creative girl, who can sometimes get into mischeif with her sister Mia. She loves to hang out with friends and has a caring heart.
About her: Mia was our second doll here at AGDC, and a fun one to have. Her best-buddy here is Addy Walker, and they have lots of fun together. She has a sister, Kit, who is called Kit Maria by the AGDC group. Mia is Christian–Jewish and celebrates Hanukkah, a fun Jewish holiday. (See my photo story!) Mia has been featured in 2 photo stories about her travel.
Lesson: Mia is a fun-loving, thankful girl. She is always on the go and is ready for action. She has straight A’s in school.
About: Mia, our second Mia doll, came on a cold October day. She was a third Traveling doll, and was a little upset and angry at first at being chosen to stay with strangers. But the girl had to pull through, and she learned to be a good sport. Mia has an passion for ice-skating, and has 3 other sisters who have not yet been featured on AGDC. She herself has been featured in 2, soon-to-be-3 photo stories.
Lesson: Mia learned that being a good sport didn’t depend on whether you were good or bad at something, but how you came through and reacted. In fact Mia —————————————————————-!!! She was so amazed. (Soon to be revealed in next photo story, coming up soon.)