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It's summer! *cheers* Hey ya'll! It's Light4theLord here. Since I'm homeschooled, I just got finished with that dreaded America - whoops, sorry. Can't tell you, or you might know what grade I'm in.. or not. Mwhahaha. Some of you will understand this. :) Anyways, it's SUMMER! Do you know what that means?! Well, on Dolls N' All, it means.... just a second. There's a doll that's begging for something. Okay, fine, fine, Madi. Just.. leave me alone. I want to write this part. Yes, Madi, I will let you write the next part. Just let go of me, okay? I promise! Madi wants to tell you guys some stuff too. I promised her I'd let her, so.... *reluctant sigh* Here's it off to Madi. ************************************* 'Ello, awesome readers! Guess what we all get to do this summer? We get to do lots of stuff. Wanna guess? Oh wait a second. I'm supposed to be doing the DOTM part, aren't I? Light4theLord in the distance, "YES! Just …

THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN RUTHIE SMITHENS AND REBECCA RUBIN

Rebecca Rubin and Ruthie Smithens are two dolls from two different time periods, though not that far apart. Rebecca’s time period, 1914, is merely eighteen years before Ruthie’s time period, 1932. While there are similarities, such as the left side part and hair curls, there are also some minor differences. Note the following diagram:

 

Ruthie Smithens               Rebecca Rubin:

Similarities                          Differences                        Differences

Hair               Curly, left side part          Dark brown                          honey brown

Eyes                                                          Grey                                        hazel    

Mold                                                         Classic mold                          Josefina mold

Skin                light, no freckles

Eyebrows                                                 original                                 feathered (see picture)

 

Both dolls are really pretty, and pretty much the only thing similar (unless you just glance) is their skin and hair, which is pretty much half the doll!

 

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  1. They both look very alike!!
    kaitlynrh1 :D

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  2. I thought so too! Thanks for checking out my blog!

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    1. No problem! By the way your blog is awesome!
      kaitlynrh1

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    2. Thanks, Kaitlynrh1! I appreciate that! Do you have a doll blog?

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