American Girl Playthings message forum in the General Posts, but hadn't paid to much attention to the minis. Then one of my friends started a Flickr project that involved taking a picture of Fina (her mini-Josefina) every day. There's also a Flickr group, just for the American Girl Mini Dolls! That started me thinking that I might be missing out on some fun that I could have without spending any money! So I started looking at the AGPlaythings mini-forum, and saw some suggestions about travel dolls, and some people have shared their pictures. Some people recommended Kaya, Addy and Josefina because their hair holds up well with traveling. Well, Molly has braids, and her bangs aren't really all that bad.
I also have been sewing some Hitty dresses for Hitty Rachel Raikes. Hmmm. Why not see if one of the dresses would fit Molly? Well, almost as soon as I took Mini-Molly's meet sweater and skirt off of her, she was jumping for joy: "Thank you, thank you, thank you! I know you have cold air in your house, but it is just way too hot outside for wool sweaters!" We tried on the Hitty dress, and it fit, but the skirt was way too long - a 1940's girl isn't going to wear an ankle length skirt! At least we have a pattern that we know will work, so we're going to try to make something soon. In the mean time, we got out the Lati Yellow dresses. Most were too short, but this one seemed acceptable at just above the knees. Molly deemed it better than wool, and said she'd wear it until we could make some more clothes for her. She's still wearing her black Mary Janes, but maybe we'll play with shoes sometime soon, too.
Since Molly has come alive, she's stowed away in my purse to go to church, work, a doctor appointment, and a trip to the high school to register daughter for her freshman year. She likes going on adventures very much and is hoping to go on a lot more!