little one has a american girl doll that she got as a result of piggy bank funds and birthday gift money.
she has outfits from the american girl store, and her aunt was wondering if she'd like to help her make a outfit for it. hence the hand made would be different than anything you can buy.
She doesn't want to work with her aunt to make it-
It's her choice if she wants to work on the dress, but on the same note, I'm wondering if helping make the dress should be a requirement to getting the dress.
she's 7, and a little diva with a bit of a attitude- good kid, but entering that stage.
think she may be thinking 'why bother?' that things can just be bought, or I have a feeling that she's thinking that her aunt will just make the dress anyway.
Asked by Anonymous at 9:02 PM on Sep. 25, 2010 in General Parenting
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