Sunday, October 20, 2013
First up is this 1994 Totsy Vanna infant baby. I didn't know anything about Totsy dolls, until one of my readers, Dukasha, mentioned them in a previous comment. Within minutes of seeing her comment, I had pushed the Buy It Now button on ebay. Thanks, Dukasha!
I was drawn to his cute little face, and the fact that he's very different than the Mattel kids. This baby could be a boy or a girl. He will be a boy in my town. I'm considering making him Kendra's baby in the future. She would have the only baby in town that actually grew. This decision is still up in the air.
He is fully articulated in the arms, legs, and neck.
He can wear the same clothes that little Joseph wears, even though he's a little smaller.
Here he is compared to baby Shay.
The next two dolls, I've had for about a month now. I finally found the first fully articulated Kenya dolls that were sold at the Family Dollars. One of the Family Dollars had a shelf full of them. They were selling for $15. This particular one is the one that really looks like my friend's daughter, Tyeshaa. So that's her name.
I also bought the Movin' On Kenya because I love her outfit. I'm not sure who she will be. The Kenya doll that I recently purchased from Walmart, will be going up for sale soon.