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Kristoff’s Sad Day

Ever since Kristoff came to live with us he has been missing Sven (his reindeer) so much. Just before I adopted him, Sven was taken away. We didn’t know where, but I found out that the orphanage sold him. I have been doing all I can to get him back, but it’s been very hard. And today, Kristoff was feeling very upset….


Kristoff walked into the bedroom with his head hanging down.


Cecile noticed that he looked very sad, so she asked, “Kristoff, are you okay?”


Kristoff moved closer to where Cecile was sitting, with his head still hanging down. “You’re missing Sven, aren’t you?” Cecile asked sympathetically. Kristoff turned his eyes away and nodded his head.


“I miss him a whole lot. Sven and me have always been together. I don’t think I’ll ever see him again.” Kristoff said sadly.


Overhearing the conversation, Lissie went over to Kristoff and placed her hand on his shoulder. “I know you miss, Sven, Kristoff, but you can’t give up hope! Mommy is trying to get him back for you still, so you just may see him again. And just think, Sven wouldn’t want you feeling sad because he’s not here with you. He would want you to be having fun and enjoying your days.” Felicity said kindly. She was always good at making people feel better.


“What’s wrong?” I asked as I walked in the room. “I miss Sven.” Kristoff replied.
“Oh, I see. Why don’t you go in the stables and visit with the horses? I know it will make you feel better.” I said with a smile.


Kristoff looked at Penny and sighed, “This isn’t making me feel better. It makes me miss him even more.” Kristoff was just about to turn around and go inside when he saw something…


It was a little fluffy tail! Kristoff got a little curious, so he walked over to the next stall.


“Sven! Sven! Sven! It’s you!!” Kristoff shouted happily.


Kristoff went in the stall to pet him when Sven tackled him to the ground! Sven was just as happy to see Kristoff as Kristoff was to see Sven! Kristoff laughed and laughed. “Sven, I missed you! I can’t believe you’re here!”

Now, I just have to make sure that Kristoff doesn’t share any carrots with Sven πŸ™‚


Bonus picture!
I thought I’d share this adorable picture with you of Sven’s sweet little face:

He is the cutest little thing!! Just like in the movie πŸ˜€


Throwback Thursday- Then and Now

Well, this is pretty exciting! I’ve never done a Throwback Thursday before, but today I really felt like doing one!


This was my table at my first craft fair in May of 2010. I only knew how to make beanies and ruffled hats. I wasn’t even making bonnets yet!


And this is my table at the last craft fair I did in December of 2013. Now I have mostly outfits and costumes! I think it is so neat to see how far I have come in my crocheting. I can’t wait for my next craft fair in May! I’m sure Anna and Elsa will be a huge hit! πŸ™‚

Now it’s question time!
How did you like this post? Would you like to see more Throwback Thursdays?

My Doll’s Valentine’s Day Party

Hi everyone! Happy (late) Valentine’s Day! I hope you all had a great day! πŸ˜€

I’m going to show you some pictures I took of my “kids” at their Valentine’s Day Party.


They all had such a fun time together! Every time I walked by the room I heard laughs and giggles! πŸ™‚


“Have you tried the punch, Kanani? It’s really good!” Saige asked her sister.

“No, I haven’t. I’ll have to try some!” Kanani replied.


“Are you going to eat something, Samantha?” Kanani asked.

“Hmm.. I think I’m going to have a slice of that cookie cake!” Samantha said with a smile.


Annika, Marie-Grace, and Cecile were talking together in a corner and Addy went over to see what they were talking about.

“What are you three talking about?” Addy asked sweetly.

“We’re talking about all the amazing songs in Frozen and how we wish we could sing like them!” Marie-Grace replied. Them three are the singers in our family, so they talk about songs from movies a lot. πŸ˜‰
However, Addy also likes the songs from Frozen, so she decided to join their conversation.


On the other side of the room, Eli started on his second cupcake and Lissie reached for a truffle, but got distracted by what Rebecca was asking Elijah.
“I just realized that I never asked you when your birthday was!” Rebecca said.

“You didn’t? It’s on November 5th.” Eli replied.

Josefina and Caroline were talking together and Kirsten made her way over to the table with a slice of iced lemon pound cake. Yum!

Everyone ate practically all day. Yes, I made an exception. After all, it’s a holiday! πŸ™‚
Then they passed out handmade valentines. And at night they got in their jammies and watched Monster’s University.

They have all been talking about how much fun they had yesterday and how they wish they could do it all the time. I told them that it doesn’t have to be a holiday to have a good time together. It can be any day at all! Remember to enjoy your life with family and friends and make memories that will last forever πŸ™‚
Did you and your dolls celebrate Valentine’s Day?

A Royal Dilemma~ Part 6 The GRAND FINALE


One morning I was talking to Maggie about the menu for the rest of the week, when I heard someone say, “Queen, I must have an audience with you.”


It was Captain Elena striding quickly towards me.


“Yes, Captain, what is it?” I asked.


“I have found yer sister. She is living on a farm near Cordelle. Only her name is not Diamond, she goes by Gracie.” Captain Elena said. I felt my heart leap for joy! Then I asked,
“How did you find her?”

“I know people who know things. They lead me to Cordelle, I watched her on the farm, heard’em talkin’. Then I knew for sure it was her. Now, uh- about that reward…” Said Captain Elena.


“Oh, yes, of course.” I said and turned to Maggie.


“Maggie, please have the guards go down to the docks this morning with Captain Elena’s reward.” I said then I looked at Elena, “I most sincerely thank you for helping me. You have no inkling of how important this was to me.” I said. Then Captain Elena looked down at her feet and said,


“No, that’s wrong, Queen. I know what it’s like to get a sister back. Thank ye, I’ll take my leave now.” Β She bowed and walked away. Just as she closed the door I called for the stable boys to get my carriage ready. I was going to meet my sister!


As we pulled to a stop I discovered that my sister lived just down the lane from Aunt Bea’s house. “What a small world it is!” I thought. I walked up to a girl who looked like my sister and said, “Hello! May I have a word with you, please?” I tried to seem natural. I didn’t want her to think I was crazy.


The girl gasped, “Your Highness! Of course you may! Uh- please forgive my appearance, I would never have expected you to come calling.” She seemed very pleased to see me, which made me feel more comfortable.


“Please, don’t bother about your appearance. I know how you have to be dressed when you live on a farm. I have to tell you something and it is going to come as quite a shock- Diamond.” I said with a pause. When I called her Diamond, she seemed as though she remembered it. Almost as if it was from a dream she’d forgotten.

“Your Highness, you must have me mistaken with somebody else. My name is Gracie.” She said.

“Yes, your name is Gracie now, but fifteen years ago, it was Diamond. It’s the name you were given when you were born.” I explained gently.

“How do you know this?” She asked me.


“Because you are my sister.” I said. She looked at me with surprise and confusion. “This is going to be difficult for you to hear, but it is the truth. About a month ago my parents died, as I am sure you know. They told me that I had a twin sister who was kidnapped when we were just three years old. They never told me about her because they did not want to lose another daughter. My parents said that her name was Diamond. They said ‘You were both our two little jewels’. Determined to find my sister, I went looking for a pirate captain. She helped me track you down and told me that your name is Gracie. And believe me, you look just like you do in our baby picture.” I explained. We stood in silence for a moment and then Gracie said,


“D-do you have the picture?”

“Yes, I do.” I called for the guards to bring my bag from the carriage.


“Here it is.” I said as I pulled the frame from my bag.


“Gracie, if you need some time to think about this for awhile I understand. I know it is a lot to take in. Whenever you are ready, the palace is open to you.” I said.

“Your Highness- Ruby, I believe you. I can’t tell you how exciting it is to discover that I am the queen’s sister! That I- am a princess!” Gracie said with a smile on her face and tears in her eyes.


I went to her and gave her a big long hug. “Oh, Diamond! I love you!” I said and Diamond replied, “I love you, Ruby!”


“Come, we shall go to the palace and get you settled in your room.” I said, not realizing that she had a family she would be leaving.


“Ruby, I can’t leave. As I said, it is exciting to discover I’m a princess and that I have another sister, but, this is my home. I could never imagine leaving this life to become a princess. I need to stay here. This is where I belong. Milking cows, collecting eggs, riding horses, and mucking out stalls. I’m sorry, Ruby.” Diamond said with sigh.


“I understand, Diamond. This is where you’ve lived your whole life. With the parents who raised you and the brothers and sisters you’ve played with. I want you to know that you will always be welcome at the palace. And I will always love you.” I said with a smile. I gave her one last hug and took my leave.

All that night I could not sleep a wink. I paced across the floor thinking and thinking about what I needed to do. “I can’t be a great queen like my mother! Oh, what am I going to do?” I asked myself. Then it came to me. I needed to be with my sister!


Another two weeks passed and it was once again Coronation Day! I had decided to give up the crown and hand it down to someone else. Someone who knew everything about being a queen and ruling a kingdom. And someone who had a good, kind heart and a wise, thoughtful mind. There was only one person I knew who was worthy of the task…


“Long live the Queen! Long live the Queen! Long live the Queen!” The crowd chanted.


Among the crowd were my Aunt Bea, my sister Diamond, and myself.


I couldn’t be more happy with my choice! I knew Maggie would make the perfect queen. And now that I was living with Aunt Bea, I could see Diamond any time. That made me sure, that I would be perfectly happy in my new life.



I want to say a HUGE thank you to the cast!! They were all amazing and many of whom have become stars!! Also thank you to my mom who helped me so much with this series! Love you! πŸ™‚

A Royal Dilemma~ Part 4


2 years have passed and I was still living with Aunt Bea. Things began to slowly get easier and I got used to the country life. But one day some dreadful news reached me….


“Mornin’, Aunt Bea! I’m all through with the milkin’.” I said cheerfully as I walked through the back door. Bandit came over and licked my fingers.


“Landsakes, girl! That took quite a while, I’ve already finished breakfast! Come set yourself down and eat!” Aunt Bea said.


“After you’re through, could ya’ finish the chores for me? I gotta go into town today.” Aunt Bea asked.

“Sure, I don’t mind!” I replied. Then the phone rang.

“Well, who’d be calling this time of mornin’?” Aunt Bea wondered.


“Hello? Yes, this is Aunt Bea. Oh, well, hi! Is everything alright? Uh-huh. Oh, dear.” Aunt Bea said. I listened with great curiosity.
“Ye-yes, of course, she’ll be down there this morning. Thank you for calling. Bye.” Aunt Bea said sadly.


“Aunt Bea? What is it?” I asked.

“It’s your mother and father. They are very sick. The doctor thinks you should be there with them.” Aunt Bea explained.

“Ho-how sick are they?” I stammered.


Very sick, dear. The doctor says it will not be long now. You must leave immediately.” Aunt Bea said as she touched my shoulder. “Would not be long? They’re- dying?” I thought to myself.

I went into my room and changed into one of my dresses. Then I fixed my hair nice. I came out and Aunt Bea was sadly standing by the door.


“You be brave, okay? I love you, Ruby!” Aunt Bea said as she blinked away her tears.


“I love you, too, Aunt Bea! Goodbye.” I said. I wanted to make the parting short. If it had been any longer I knew I wouldn’t have been able to take it.

I arrived at the castle and Maggie showed me into my parent’s chambers. Lizbeth was in there straightening up their bed sheets.
“Thank you, Lizbeth. Would you leave us alone please?” I asked and she left.


I sat by my parent’s bed and just wanted to cry. I had never seen them so sick before. I grabbed my mother’s hand and whispered, “Mother, Father. It’s me, Ruby.”

“Ruby!” My mother whispered happily and my father turned his head towards me.

“Ruby, we have something we need to tell you.” Father said seriously. “18 years ago you were born to us, but not alone.”


“What do you mean?” I asked.


“What your father means to say is that- you have a twin sister.” Mother said with tears in her eyes.

“What? What happened to her? Why have I never met her and why have I never known?” I asked forcefully, but tried to calm down. I knew they were ill and I didn’t want to excite them.


“You two were only three when she was kidnapped. I am sure that Diamond does not even remember us. Yes, Diamond. You were both our two little jewels.” Father explained.

“Why haven’t you ever told me about her?” I asked.

“Ruby, everything we did, not telling you about Diamond, never being allowed to go outside, it was all for your protection. We could not bear loosing another daughter.” Mother said.


“Ruby, I love you so much. You will be a wonderful queen.” Mother said as she touched my cheek.


Then she was gone.

“Mother? No! Mother, please!” I cried.


“Mother!!” I gave her a big hug.


“I love you, Ruby. Be selfless, brave, and true and you will be a good queen. Just like your mother.” Father cried and soon he was gone, too.


I lied myself on top of them and cried for a long while. I never knew how hard it would be to lose a loved one forever.

A week after the funeral, a big day came for me. It was Coronation Day.


As I walked down the aisle I felt scared and sad. I could never be a great queen like my mother.


Maggie placed my mother’s crown on top of my head and I held back tears. Then Maggie curtsied and everyone chanted, “Long live the Queen! Long live the Queen! Long live the Queen!”


As I sat in my throne, I knew what my first act as queen would be. I was going to find my sister, no matter what the cost!

That’s the end of Part 4! Look for Part 5 coming soon! πŸ˜€

A Royal Dilemma~ Part 3

If you missed Part 1 or 2 you can see them here:
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Click here for Part 2



After I had eaten my breakfast Aunt Bea grabbed my bag and said, “C’mon, I’ll show you to your room. It’s just right through that door! I hope you’ll like it. I made a blanket and mattress for you just as quick as I could!”


“Aunt Bea! I have more luggage outside, shouldn’t you bring those in first?” I asked.

“Oh, no! You won’t be need’n them fancy things! I brought in the chest with your hair things, but everything else you won’t use.” Aunt Bea said with a laugh.

“How dare she say that I will not need my things! What about my shoes?” I thought angrily.


“Here it is! I know it’s small, but it should suit yer needs.” Aunt Bea said as she set my bag on the bed.

“Oh, it is very small!” I said with a nervous chuckle, “Where is my vanity and wardrobe? And a table and chairs?” I asked.

“Well, I only have one vanity and a wardrobe for myself. And as for a table and chairs those go in the kitchen.” Aunt Bea explained.


“Okay, well, is there a restroom?” I asked.


“Oh, surely! It’s outside around back. Only it’s not called a restroom it’s called an outhouse.” Aunt Bea said. “Oh, and I’ve got the CUUU-TEST pajama’s for you!”

“I am officially shocked now.”Β I thought to myself. “Aunt Bea, I have a nightgown already.” I explained, but I was too late. She had already reached under the bed and was holding up the pajamas.


“Aren’t these just the sweetest things you ever did see?” Aunt Bea asked with a huge smile on her face.

“They’re very nice.” I said, though I didn’t mean it.

“And I have an adorable outfit for you to wear while you’re helpin’ me around the place!” Aunt Bea said and she pulled out another outfit from underneath the bed.


I felt my jaw hang down. “Oh, my goodness. I can not wear that.” I thought as I looked at the boots and the shirt. “Thank you, Aunt Bea.” I said politely.


“Here’s a hat to go with it!” Aunt Bea said as she placed it on my head.


“Awww!! You look adorable!” Aunt Bea exclaimed. “You finish gettin’ dressed now. I’ve gotta go milk the cow.” She said and was gone.
I can not begin to describe to you how difficult it was to get dressed. Those trousers, or whatever they are called, are so hard to get on! Dresses are much more comfortable.


Then putting on my boots was another challenge.
“How do people get these on?” I said aloud.


I fell backwards onto the bed as I tried to put that boot on. Then I realized I was putting it on the wrong foot. Oops!


Then I attempted to brush my hair…That did not go well!

“Ow! How do people- Ow! Brush their- Ow! Hair? OOW!” I asked myself. Each stroke of the brush hurt. “I give up!” I said and tied a ribbon in my hair.


“Oh, hi, honey! There’s a basket on the shelf for ya’, so you go on to the chicken coop and collect the eggs, okay?” Aunt Bea said as she walked through the door. She had just finished the milking. “Why is she making me work? I have never done any work in my entire life! I am princess for goodness sake!”Β I thought.


I grabbed the basket anyways and headed out the door.


“Hello! I am new to this, so please do not peck me.” I said to the chicken. I had to think of all of the books I had read and movies I had seen for help. I did not know how to do this!


Surprisingly, I was doing very well!


When I turned to go into the house, I saw a rooster! “Hello! I am just going inside now.” I told the rooster.


I moved a little to the side and the rooster kept his eyes in my direction.


The he crowed and lunged towards me!

“AAAAH!!” I screamed as I dropped the whole basket of eggs and moved back.
“AUNT BEA!! AUNT BEA, HELP!!” I yelled.


“Laaand sakes, Andy! What’s got into you?” Aunt Bea said as she picked him up.


“You alright, Ruby?” Aunt Bea asked. I was too startled to speak so I nodded my head. “Good. I’m sorry ’bout that. You best come in the house now.” Aunt Bea said.


After dinner that night, as Aunt Bea poured some milk, I apologized for dropping all of the eggs.

“It’s fine, dear. There’ll be more eggs tomorrow.” Aunt Bea said with a smile. “You drink some of this warm milk and get to bed.”


I lied down in bed and waited for Aunt Bea to come cover me.


After about 5 minutes, she still hadn’t come. “I guess I have to cover myself as well.” I said aloud.


I reached down to the foot of the bed and grabbed the blanket. “How strange to not have someone doing this for me!” I said.


“I wonder what tomorrow will be like?” I thought as I drifted off to sleep.

That’s the end of Part 3! Look for Part 4 coming soon!

A Royal Dilemma~ Part 2

If you missed Part 1 you can see it here:



About an hour later I went into my bedroom to get changed.

“Lizbeth, please bring Ruby’s dress at once.” My mother ordered. She was getting stressed. The coach was all ready aside from a few chests that needed to be loaded on and I needed to leave as soon as possible.


“Here it is Your Highness.” Lizbeth said as she held up my dress.

“Mother, isn’t that a bit too fancy? I am going to be in the country after all.” I said.

“Well, perhaps it is, but this is your plainest dress. Lizbeth, Maggie, please help Ruby into her dress.” Mother said.

After I was changed and the servants had gone to load up the coach, I hugged my mother for a long while.


“When will I be able to return?” I asked, my eyes swelling with tears.

“Soon, my dear.” Mother replied, I could tell she was trying to hold back her tears.


My mother took off my crown and placed it on my vanity. “It will be waiting right here for you.” Mother said.


“Ruby, I have something I want to give you. My mother gave it to me when I was married.” Mother said.


I unwrapped the little handkerchief to find a beautiful golden necklace. The heart was a locket with pictures of my mother and father.


“Oh, Mother! It’s beautiful! Thank you!” I said. Then my father walked in to say that the coach was ready.


As my father held my hand to help me up into the coach, I turned around and said, “Please don’t make me go! I want to stay here with the both of you!”

“Ruby, you know there is no other way. You must go, it is for your own protection.” Mother explained.

“Remember the poem, daughter. We love you.” Father said as the door closed.


My mother and father watched me drive off with tears in their eyes. None of us knew how long it would be before we saw each other again.



The next morning I woke up to the sound of chickens. “This must be where my Aunt Beatrice lives!” I thought to myself. “My it is certainly a very small house.”

As instructed by my father, the driver and guards unloaded the coach and drove off. I had to carry all of my own luggage. “Well, perhaps I could just bring in one small bag for now.” I thought.


“Hello? Are you Aunt Beatrice?” I asked with a grunt. That bag was not as small and light as I thought!


“Weeeelll!! Howdy! You must be Ruby! Yes, I am your Aunt Beatrice, but you can just call me Aunt Bea. Well, landsakes alive, you are just the spittin’ image of your ma!” Aunt Bea said. Wow, she was a talker!


“It is nice to meet you, Aunt Bea! Wh-where can I put my things?” I stammered as I took off my cloak.

“Oh, just set ’em down right there! That’ll do fine. I expected you to have a huge movin’ truck bringing in tons of chests, suitcases, and the like.” Aunt Bea laughed.

“Oh, I have more outside, but I’m not used to carrying my own luggage.” I said and then all of a sudden a dog came charging and jumping at me!


“AAAAH!! AAAH!! AAH!! Get away!! Shoo! Go on! AH!” I screamed.

“Bandit! Get off of her right now!” Aunt Bea ordered.

“AAH! Whoa-AAH!!” I screamed. He would not get away from me!


“AAAAAH!! Oof!” I screamed.
Just as Bandit jumped on me Aunt Bea said, “BANDIT!! RIGHT NOW!” Β Then he stopped.


Aunt Bea helped me up and told Bandit to go lie down.

“Wh-what was wrong with him?” I stammered.

“Oh, it’s just cause you’re new. He’ll get used to ya’, don’t fret. If he can get along with my cat, I’m sure he’ll get along with you.” Aunt Bea replied.


“Come over here and sit down. I’ve got some eggs and toast made for ya’.” Aunt Bea led me over to her table.


“Well, don’t worry none about how you’re eatin’, no need to impress me. Go on and dig in!” Aunt Bea said with a laugh.

“Oh, no thank you, I’m fine.” I said. It was going to be very strange living in this small house. What on earth was I going to do here?

That’s the end of Part 2! Look for Part 3 coming up soon!

Welcome, Samantha!

Yesterday (right when I was gonna eat lunch) Samantha came!!!!!! Her hair was in way better condition than I thought and I was able to fix it up easily. She has a mark on her cheek, but it’s not very bad. Her limbs aren’t loose and her clothes are perfect! Her head is tilted, though, but that’s not too much of a problem since Rebecca’s and Cecile’s are, too πŸ˜‰
Anyways, enough talk, it’s time for some pictures!! πŸ˜€


I took a couple of pics yesterday and my mom thought I should post them. πŸ˜‰
Awww!! Doesn’t she look SO beautiful?!


Here’s the back, so you can see her pretty curls πŸ™‚


And here is a full body picture. She is SO SWEET!!!


AWWWW!!!Β I discovered that her face mold is smaller than the classic face mold today. I think that it’s SUPER cute!! πŸ˜€


Her hat is so elegant! LOVE!


Beautiful curls πŸ™‚

And of course, realizing that I now had 3 retired Historical Dolls, I knew that I had to take some pics of them together πŸ˜‰


Left to right: Felicity Merriman- archived in 2011, Kirsten Larson- archived in 2010, and Samantha Parkington- archived in 2009.


Felicity and Kirsten are SO happy to welcome Samantha to her new home πŸ™‚

Do you have any retired AG dolls?

Just a Random Pic ;)

Hi and Merry Christmas again!!

So, whenever I introduce my “kids” to each other I always line them up or just set them up in some way. Well, today my mom came in my room just as I had finished lining them up. She decided that she had to take a picture because it is just so crazy how many there are.


I counted 11 toddlers and 11 of the 18″. WHOA! Now I have 12 of the toddlers and 12 of the 18″ πŸ˜›
If I keep getting dolls, pretty soon they are gonna end up sleeping on the floor! They are all totally squished in their beds right now. Poor little things- LOL!

How many dolls do you have? Where do they sleep?

Christmas Pictures!

Today I took the girls to get their Christmas photos taken! I think they turned out SO cute!


Here are my 4 oldest girls, Annika, Addy, Josefina, and Felicity.


My 3 middle girls, Kirsten, Saige, and Kanani.


And my four youngest, Caroline, Cecile, Marie-Grace, and Rebecca. I also had a few more pictures taken as well.


Annika looking at the giant silver ornament Β (I think she looks SO pretty here, don’t you?)


Felicity and Kirsten πŸ™‚



And last, but not least…


ALL of my girls together!! I absolutely LOVE this! I think I’m going to have it framed, hehe! πŸ˜€

Are you going to *take* your dolls to have Christmas photos taken?Β 

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