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PsychDollogy
Written by Lori Lawton   
The ultimate doll, Barbie has always been about connecting to the world around her and staying true to herself. Whether she was a fashion model, astronaut or teacher, she was Barbie. In play she might have another name, but she was the embodiment of Barbie. Through her girls have been shown that they could be anything they wanted to be. Barbie may have changed her make-up, hair and facial features, but she was still simply Barbie.
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Modern Doll Collectors Convention a Success
Editor's Blog
Written by Carie Ferg   

 

 

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The Early Collector Catches the Doll
Dolls in Black, Chronicles and Perspectives
Written by Debbie Garrett   

Recently, I received an email from renowned doll artist, Patricia Coleman-Cobb announcing a group of 13, one-of-a-kind, "Girls in White Dresses" dolls.

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Fall's Busy Show Schedule
From the Show Floor
Written by Dorothy Drake   

Me and Jim

Wow, was fall ever full of fun doll & teddy bear shows!  Did you get out to see one in your area?

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Dolls That Inspire Girls to Dream
Dolls in Black, Chronicles and Perspectives
Written by Debbie Garrett   

I recently discovered the Prodigyrls after reading a fellow doll enthusiast's blog about them.  She noted that two of the planned dolls are available for preorder and urged readers to visit the website and vote for their favorite doll.

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Ayako Jones, Beautiful Child, Jetsetter!
Dolls in Black, Chronicles and Perspectives
Written by Debbie Garrett   

I asked Barbie® enthusiast, Romona Jennings to share images, her thoughts, and overall opinion of her most recent acquisition, Ayako JonesTM Barbie® by Byron Lars, and she did!

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Dolls as a Support System
PsychDollogy
Written by Lori Lawton   

My mom cherished the family stories that she heard growing up and as I grew up she liked to remind me of things that I had done. Sometimes it would be embarrassing and other times old wounds would be opened and I’d reiterate my side of an event. But there was a sweet thing that she would recall from time to time and it still represents something about my character.

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New Doll Trio Promotes Sisterhood by Madame Alexander
Dolls in Black, Chronicles and Perspectives
Written by Debbie Garrett   

Lila Brown, owner of Ella Bee Social Media and Public Relations shared the following exciting press release:

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