Monday, May 30, 2011

Baby Girls and Groovy Dolls

I have always wanted a little girl. Someone who would look cute in pink, wear dresses, have pony tails, a little mini-me. But it was not meant to be. I was blessed with 4 wonderful boys, minis of their dads.

Ryker was my last chance of having a girl. I remember praying to myself let it be a girl. The day of my ultrasound the doctor asked us if we had any other children. We said yes we have 3 boys. He replied "No you don't. You have 4 boys." I almost felt like crying right there on the exam table. Sure I was having a healthy baby but a big part of me wanted that baby to be a girl. Ryker was born on December 12, 2009 weighing in at 10 pounds 6 ounces. He was by far the biggest baby I had. he would also be my last. No more chance of pink. No more chance of dresses. No more ponytails. No more girl. no mini-me.

Having boys, doesn't discourage me from looking at all the cute girlish items in the thrift stores. Whatever I find will go into my Ebay store. A few weeks ago while thrifting, I came across a lot of Groovy Girl Dolls. I had read somewhere that these were good sellers so I snatched them up. At first I listed them seperately. After a month, only one doll sold and it did not have any clothes. Next month I tried a different approach and listed them all together. During that month, I was in my local Goodwill and came across a Groovy Girl Traveler. This is a back pack for your dolls. Included were 5 Groovy Girl Dolls and a Ty Beanine Buddy. I debated whether or not to get them since my first lot was still sitting in my store. I decided to go for it. The first lot again failed to sell so I listed all my dolls together. You can find them here

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