Yeah, you read that title correctly. I’m afraid there are too many of these type of posts coming in the future…
Anyways, as you can imagine, Emma has a lot of dolls. They’re everywhere in the living room. She loves to carry them around, feed them, put them down for naps and generally love them.
The loving them part is where my question comes in.
Why do dolls come with hard heads? This makes literally no sense to me. No sense at all. Emma picks them up, goes to hug them and hits herself in the face with a hard doll face. The only part of the doll that’s hard. Couldn’t they just make the doll face soft like the rest of the doll.
I’m convinced that the maker of the dolls doesn’t have small children, nor have they seen small children play with their dolls.
Puts a whole new meaning to hard-headed, doesn’t it?