Here is a Munchkin image that I put some thought into. It is actually a remake of a very old image I don't think I have posted anywhere, and I have always wanted to redo it. I like the slightly creepy vibe from this. One of the last images for the calendar I made, but also kind of one of my favorites. I thought it would be perfect for March because in Japan there is something called Hinamatsuri where if you have a little girl you are supposed to set out these dolls and then take them down before a certain day (depending on what part of Japan you are in) or else your little girl won't find a husband while she's young and fertile! These dolls cost hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars, so I had no plans of getting one for my baby girl but her Japanese grandparents swooped in and purchased a set when I wasn't around.
It's expensive... it's HUGE... and I will have to put it on my display system at the end of every winter until my kid is 11 or so. Do I care if she gets married (if at all) before she's 25? No, of course not. But her grandparents sure do...
/I used to have a Raggedy Ann doll. XDDD
I might have owned one, but it might have been a Raggedy Andy doll, I can't remember. I remember the weird animation for the dolls, though.
I don't know, I just looked them up and they still made me shudder a little. Something about the lifelessness in the eyes has always been unsettling for me XD.
My Aunt owns a life-size doll that she keeps in her guest room. Once while visiting, I moved it in the closet, and my mom (as a sick joke) sat the doll on my night stand with its head facing me while I was asleep...
I never ever owned a Barbie, which is kinda crazy. I liked some girl toys but they were usually animals and not super girly, like Littlest Pet Shop and the original My Little Pony.
I think I loved collecting Yugioh and Pokemon toys the most though, haha.
If you ever need a toy for your baby, consider a blankly staring Munchkin doll.
Haha, I don't want to give my baby nightmares.