Oh, dear! What am I going to do with Anna and Merida? Yesterday they did something pretty sneaky….
“Are you sure it’s okay to be out here?” Anna asked. “Yeah! The door was open, so we came out! If you don’t wanna be out here, then go inside.” Merida replied.
Merida walked off and Anna stood there watching her.
“Well, the door was open…” Anna said to herself, then hurried to join her sister.
“You wanna climb this slide?” Merida asked excitedly.
“I don’t know… Prob’ly not.” Anna said, unsure if I would be okay with that.
Anna and Merida walked around the yard for awhile, then finally they stopped and just stood.
“Merida? Are you mad?” Anna asked, breaking the silence.
“Everything fun I wanna do, you’re saying no to.” Merida replied with a tone of annoyance.
“I like fun, but I don’t know if mama would want us to do those things.” Anna explained.
Merida hung her head down and didn’t say a word. “Merida?” Anna asked.
Merida swooshed her head away from her sister. “I’m sorry, Merida.” Anna said sweetly, but Merida didn’t move.
“Do you wanna play hide and seek?” Anna asked. Merida turned her head slightly with a little smirk.
“1….2….3….4….” Merida stood by a pole and counted to ten.
Anna found a place to hide and giggled. “She won’t find me here!” She thought.
“HERE I COME!” Merida yelled.
Merida walked around, then she tilted her head…
“FOUND YOU!!” Merida yelled from across the pool. Anna laughed and laughed.
Anna ran over to her sister, still laughing. “How’d you find me?” Anna asked. “I saw your hair!” Merida replied.
I realized that Anna and Merida were nowhere in the house, so I decided to look outside. “Anna, Merida, what are you doing out here?” I asked firmly.
Anna hung her head down and Merida stared to the side with a smirk.
“Anna, do you want to tell me what you’re doing out here?” I asked gently, but Anna shook her head “no”.
I sighed and looked over at Merida. “How about you tell me?” I asked. Merida’s smirk grew bigger, and I knew, by the look in her eyes, that I was in for a very dramatic (and not true) story…
Do you have any sneaky “kids”?
The personalities you made Anna and Merida look just like their facial expressions! It’s kinda funny! . 🙂
Well, their faces do define their character 🙂
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Aw, thank you so much! 🙂
Oh silly girls. Yes, my youngest gals Rebecca and Elsa like to be little partners in crime…
It was super fun that you used the Disney dolls! It’s nice when people use dolls other then AG for a change. 🙂
Hehe! Isn’t it fun having dolls like that? 😀
Thanks! I’m glad you think so! They were just really standing out to me, so I knew I needed to make a post with them 🙂
no, i don’t have any sneaky dolls, but i like to pretend that
saige is super bossy! once, when rebecca went to new york for the
day with her friend, sage took the chance and got super, super bossy.
it got so bad, lydia and shola (the younger dolls)hopped on a bus to nyc
and met up with rebecca! so…. yeah. hee her!
i love your anna doll is cute, but i am not a big fan of merida.i think disney could have done better….. no offense of course!
LOL! That’s so funny! 😛
Thank you! 🙂
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Thank you so much, Ginger! 😀
This is such a cute little photostory!!! In my doll family, Julie and Ivy are two little pranksters!
Thank you! 😀
Hehe!! My dolls, Zelia and Nahji, are a lot like Merida and Anna. They’re always sneaking off and causing trouble 🙂
Sometimes Lauryce joins them, but she doesn’t like to get in trouble.
Great photo story!
Anna and Merida are so cute! Anna does look like a sweet kind of do what’s right girl, where Merida looks more mischievous. I love Merida’s hair!