I have the Cabbage Patch woes.
My collection of well-loved dolls and clothing shouldn’t be stored anymore. I have two boys so they need to go. It’s sad though. I won’t be having any little girls that would want to play dollies with me!
My twins were a gift from Santa one Christmas. I remember watching parents snatching up Cabbage Patch Kids from department store shelves. They were the Furby of that year.
Many of the clothes they have were hand sewn by my mom and grandmothers.
Up until recently I owned a preemie, a baby, a kid, plus a set of twins. I still have the twins (the red-heads), the preemie above and most of the birth certificates. Maybe I am a hoarder… a recovering hoarder.
A few weeks ago, I found a home for the baby and some of the clothes pictured.
Of all the pictured items above, there are only a few outfits missing and the one doll. What should I do with them all? I don’t want to give them to Value Village.
Do you live in the Lower Mainland and know a little girl who would love to have these Cabbage Patch Kids plus the clothes? For free of course.
“To get through the hardest journey we need take only one step at a time, but we must keep on stepping.” – Chinese Proverb
Eliminate physical clutter. More importantly, eliminate spiritual clutter. ~Terri Guillemets
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