My daughter loves to play with dolls. She has a lot of them! And rosy-cheeked baby dolls the size of a newborn baby, and slender Barbie, and fashion fairies from foreign cartoons. But my daughter is sorely lacking new dolls. Those few dozen that have long ceased to fit in the nightstand, it turns out, is not enough for games.
I do not understand such complaints to my daughter. After all, my dolls were three times smaller, and they were enough not only for me, but also for my sister, as well as the neighbors’ girls.
Of course, I do not have the opportunity to buy the first doll available at the whim of my daughter. But I don’t want to upset her either. One day, when I was at work, and my husband and daughter were at home, she called me on her mobile and asked me to buy a new doll.
I decided to please the child and bought a doll … paper. At first, the daughter turned the little book in her hands and could not understand what it was and why there were no letters there. Then I started to cut the doll, and my daughter watched with interest.
Surprisingly, the daughter liked playing with a paper doll no less than the others. I want to buy her some more dolls and make a house out of a school notebook, as we did in childhood. I think the baby will be interesting.
Do your daughters play with paper dolls?