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It's a low day in doll land. I didn't win my Radiant Child Remi. I was so close and at the last minute, no, at the 5 second mark, bids flew in like crazy. I hate when sellers do that, then you see it relisted in a day or so. Well he's cute, but I'm not paying over $100 for a doll. Not ever. Well maybe when the kids are older and I can justify that noise.

Then I was about to buy the Moxie Girlz Magic Snow Cabin but I searched for pics and found this:

Okay, considering Moxie Girls are what, 14 inches, it looks like MGA just repacked all the Bratz stuff and expect Moxie Girls to just crouch down or something. Boo!

*imagine me throwing myself on the floor in a tantrum*

Okay going to buy doll hair and repaint stuff. I need a treat though. A dolly treat. And me wants it now!

Let's see, the hair and repaint stuff is for Ms. Fear. She already has a coffee table on the way. Maybe some clothes for her. And Dani has no dining table. I will have satisfaction!

I see why they call it Evilbay.


  1. I always try to figure what I want to pay for a doll too. If it goes over what I want I look for the next one. I want Remi too but I may wait until Oct or if I can find one for as close to retail I will be happy.

    That cabin is cute but I don't need another structure. I have @ least 5 houses for the 1:6 crowd and a couple for Kelly & friends. We don't even want to go into playsets. I have to get off my duff and get rid of stuff..LOL That rhymed ;O)

  2. For a second I thought I was reading Simi's blog from the Dark Hunter book series! Heehee! I hope you find your perfect dolly treat!

  3. Really? I have to go find that blog. I am a big fan of the Simi doll. Well, until she fell apart on me...

  4. Yeah, Dollz4Moi, I need to spend some time clearing things out. I see so much junk for sale and people buy it!

    I did find myself a treat. Remember Rement's Dolls in the City set? Such cute stuff. Ordered the set of 8 as well as some doll hair and paint.

    Then I spent all weekend daydreaming about a couch on etsy so I broke down and bought it today. But no more! My allowance is spent!


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