Scarily Ever After Clawdeen lookin’ a little groovy. (Note to Mattel: more Clawdeens with ruby red streaks please!)
operetta’s gloom and bloom party
A belated bday present.
New Scaremester Catty. She’s really cute! Although in my opinion, the dress looks better without the pink leggings on.
To most accurately answer your question I’d need a little more background info about your family and friends. What I can tell you is it’s unfair to yourself to deny the things you love, especially if it’s because you’re worried what others will think. Since your collection is still small I assume you keep it hidden? The thing is, chances are your collection will continue to grow until you can hide it no more. Maybe you could test the waters with family/friends and mention you think “those monster dolls” are kinda cool. See how they respond. You may be surprised. Whatever the case, I feel when a person is passionate about something they should embrace it wholeheartedly, and try not to worry what others think. This gets easier and easier the older you get and you become your own person, start your own life away from family, whether that’s college, getting an apartment, etc. Eighteen is a difficult age in a lot of ways but in regards to doll collecting it’s only uphill from there. It also helps to have friends in the doll community you can lean on and relate to. That helps so much in not feeling like a “weirdo” because you love dolls. There’s a LOT of us out there! You’re definitely not alone! Hope that helps, and feel free to hit me up anytime.
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