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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

#AtoZ : Playing With Barbie Dolls

My son used to play with Barbie dolls.





His sisters would leave their dolls in the bath tub, so he'd grab them around the waste. Next, Daniel would swing them through the air while making airplane noises and crash their heads into the wall.

My son used to play with Barbie dolls.


11 comments:

Sandra Tyler said...

Myy boys played with my old doll house. I twas transformed from a spiderman cave into a parking garage.

November Rain - k~ said...

OuCh! LOL

Kathy said...

Poor Barbie, he really beat the crap out of those dolls. LOL

Kathy
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Kristin Aquariann said...

Ha! My best friend's brother used to play Barbies with us. But we pretended they were Batman characters. :D

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Amy Morgan said...

Today, I am glad to NOT be a Barbie doll! Cute post.

Paula Martin said...

Funny! Barbie dolls weren't invented when I was young and, even more scary, not even when my daughters were young!

Binky said...

Barbies aren't very aerodynamic, though.

Jo said...

I don't imagine the maker's of Barbie ever expected that kind of play! ha ha aha♥

Damyanti said...

My cousins adored Barbie dolls. me, not so much.

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Carrie-Anne said...

My brother had some stuffed dolls, but never a Barbie. I never had a Barbie either, and will not buy them or accept them as gifts for any future daughters (or sons, for that matter).

Jenn said...

I used to pop off their heads, fill the doll with water (from just off the sea wall), pop their heads back on and toss them off the sea wall in about 4 feet of water and wait and wonder if the barnacles would grow on them. As for that huge trunk of 1960 and 1970's barbies that was given to me in 1980, the one that could have brought me a fortune on ebay today, yeah--they all be sunken treasure now!! (ACK! If I had only known!)

LOLOL!!

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