MINI MAD is now on Instagram! You can find my new doll-filled IG at instagram.com/mini.mad.american girl! …Okay, there is a donut pictured there too, but it’s a mini donut, so it counts! 😉
In addition to dolls (and the occasional tiny food), I might start posting mini questionnaires like the one below. I see them periodically on Instagram and Tumblr, and I’ve always wanted to make my own! If nothing else, it’s a fun way to share more info about myself and learn more about all of you, too! Feel free to share your answers in the comments! You can also use the picture below on your site or Instagram if you’d like (just be sure to upload it to your site’s media storage first)!
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1. If you’ve been with me since the beginning of MINI MAD, you’ll know that my first American Girl doll was Isabelle! I was SO excited to get her! But there were two other times I almost caved and bought my first AG doll. The first was when Samantha was about to be retired and the second was when Kanani was released.
2. My most recent AG doll is Lea Clark! I really thought I could resist her. I TRIED to resist her. She’s just so darn pretty in person! I’m a sucker for Josefina mold dolls. ;_;
3. There’s a bunch of retired dolls I wish I had in my collection, but one of the top ones has always been Mia. I LOVE her freckle pattern! I wish AG would use it again! I think it’s the most realistic of all of their freckle varieties.
4. I love Saige’s Sweater Outfit. I’m constantly using the shirt and jeggings, and I really love the sweater and shoes. I think it’s the one outfit that gets worn the most among my dolls.
5. If I could get any retired outfit, I’d get the 1996 American Girl “First Day Outfit” or the “Earth Day Outfit.” I got my first American Girl doll catalog in 1996 and OH, HOW I PINED after those two outfits – and their human-sized counterparts (even though, truthfully, if I’d shown up to school wearing that bright yellow jacket, I’d probably have been made fun of mercilessly. I went to a school filled with snooty kids – blegh!).