Wednesday, March 30, 2011


In Nov 2003 our daughter came home for a 5 day visit and when she got here we found out that her husband had beat her up so we wouldn't let her go home.

One week after she was home she wasn't feeling good so we did a PG test on her and found out that she was 4 weeks PG.  The judge told not to talk to her husband at all and so she didn't tell him until her lawyer did.

Sometime later we found out she was carrying a girl so i wanted to make her a collection of dolls and I found these.  At that time these was the only ones I could buy.  I got these and put them up in my closet and forgot all about them until yesterday and got them out. The little girl isn't that little but still young enough that she will understand why she can't play with these.

These are two little girls dressed up as Pooh.  Our granddaughter is going to love these.  She will be on here in a little while to see them.

Yes these are the same pictures but with flash and without flash.  I was hoping thjat you can see them better if they was different.

I kept the plastic covers over their faces and hands cause I didn't want to take them off and I don't want them to get dirty until my daughter sets them.  maybe Desi will leave me a comment below on what she thinks of them.

Donna  Scrapp'n Nana       want to look,  I would love you too. 


dawndeaton said...

I love the dolls so much Nana - Love Desirea

Scrapp'n Nana said...

You are welcome Desi. you will have them in about one week. They will go out tomorrow, but they aren't for you to play with. In this box will be 5 dolls.

love You.

The Cat From Hell said...

The dolls are fabulous!
By the way, you are a wonderful mother.
I have been working with abused women since my mother thought it was "all your fault".
Donna you rock!
Barb (from the Hive)

Patricia Hurlburt said...

Beautiful dolls Donna! Just stopping by to let you know you are the winner of my Thank You giveaway! Please email me at with your address and I will get these in the mail tomorrow!!

Kate said...

What wonderful dolls! Your granddaughter will treasure them, I'm sure!
Thanks for your kind words on my Autism Awareness post. I'm so glad that Jacob is getting help now. It makes such a difference!