I hope everyone had a lovely Christmas!
My niece, who will likely be more than happy to blog of everything she received when she is back in town, was spoiled rotten by Santa. But one would never expect anything less, would they? I will not steal her thunder and say what she received, but I can say she is beyond happy with everything.
Myself, I received many nice things, although the loveliest was the Essential Lizette Wigged Out, Too by Wilde Imagination. She is absolutely gorgeous, I had been wanting a Lizette for awhile now, but really wanted one with inset eyes as I’ve kinda find myself more drawn to those ones (not that I do not love my three ladies with painted eyes). I’ve named her Grace Churchill, and as I had been hoping for her I’d actually bought her an outfit ahead of time, if I had not received her one of my other girls could have worn it anyway.
Grace by the tree Christmas night.
You have no idea how happy I was to receive a doll for Christmas, and from my father no less.
Today I was surprised to receive a parcel. I had ordered a doll last Wednesday when Wilde Imagination put up a 20% code, and there was one doll I had been wanting but kept talking myself out of due to the price, even with the end of edition price I was still waffling. Well, that brought the price down nicely so Victoria’s brother, Christian, arrived today in a snow storm (the tracking number showed he likely spent the last three days in our post office)
Christian by the tree.
He is quite the handsome chap. He does have glasses, but I sort of forgot them and they’re still attached to the inside of his box. It took my father and I to get his box open. I may get them out, I haven’t decided yet. The plus is it is one less thing to be lost and with little hands over once in awhile it likely is best they’re not out where they can be grabbed and broken.
So there are the new dolls over the Christmas season. One was a gift from my father, the other turned into a (as my late grandpa would say) gift to me, from me, for me.