Momdusa plays with dolls

Come, my loverlies. Let us talk of dolls and toys and things that make us happy. Tea?
Mostly Dolls: Monster High, Barbie, Novi Stars, Ever After, and the Toys of my youth.

Target has superhero shirts for little girls… and I love them for it (think they also had Captain America and X Men) ^_^

In my Easter basket

nocakeno:

onceyougokakyoinevergoback:

Hey JoJos. Still looking for crazy color lipstick that isn’t ridiculously expensive but still not made by Kleancolor? Nyx just released their Macaron Lippies, which come in 12 wacky shades, and are apparently scented.

I’ve personally just ordered four shades and I’m jazzed to try them out.

Batalash review.

hrrrrnnnNNNNNNG

Ooooooooh…

galefray:

Dolls have given us an unrealistic image of women.

For example, I found out Russian women do not contain smaller Russian women inside them.

(via heartsnbruises)

Eggs. So many eggs.

Eggs. So many eggs.

(Source: moveslikecurt, via westcoastavenger)

So these are “fake” lego-y things- they’re transparent and light up… they kind of remind me of knockoffs “Friends”. And I’m sorry, but the monsters one is totally cute u_u

They also had a fire truck, a sports car, a “regular” mansion and a boutique

Found at TRU Burbank today.

Things I’m stealing from my sisters house today. The pan is a magnet, natch. It used to be grandma’s, we don’t know where it came from…

The refrigerator was a prize for one of those fundraisers selling chocolate ot something at school (eight thousand years ago). The pineapple is this stapler, the celery -writing pens, the ketchup bottle is glue, the steak is a magnet I think, the eggs are erasers and the baking soda holds paper clips. It’s adorable, hard to believe it’s all still intact after this much time, and I’m not leaving the house without it u_u

womeninthemediastudies:

Queen Cee Robinson, shown above, is an inspiring woman. After searching for a barbie doll for her daughter and not finding one that looked like her, only finding dolls with straight hair and lighter skin colors, she started to re create dolls for her daughter and others who asked her. Robinson is looking forward to making this a small business and creating dolls of different ethnicities. This is an amazing step and something that is long overdue. Young girls grow up with these dolls and want ones that look like them. These dolls and images are some of the very first they are exposed to. As they are now, dolls send a message to most minority girls that they must fit a certain image. Having a mother stand up and make her daughter a doll that looks more like her is beautiful. I would have loved having dolls and baby dolls that looked like me when I was little. Much applause to Queen Cee Robinson.
-MJ

womeninthemediastudies:

Queen Cee Robinson, shown above, is an inspiring woman. After searching for a barbie doll for her daughter and not finding one that looked like her, only finding dolls with straight hair and lighter skin colors, she started to re create dolls for her daughter and others who asked her. Robinson is looking forward to making this a small business and creating dolls of different ethnicities. This is an amazing step and something that is long overdue. Young girls grow up with these dolls and want ones that look like them. These dolls and images are some of the very first they are exposed to. As they are now, dolls send a message to most minority girls that they must fit a certain image. Having a mother stand up and make her daughter a doll that looks more like her is beautiful. I would have loved having dolls and baby dolls that looked like me when I was little. Much applause to Queen Cee Robinson.

-MJ