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Yes indeed! For the first time that I have witnessed, a doll blog has it's own rewards program! I'm very, very excited about this program, and I hope you are too! In my excitement about this program release, I'll try not to repeat myself or become too confusing. If I do, just ask me any questions in the comments below! HOW IT WORKS: You, as a valued and amazing reader of Dolls N' All, can now sign up (instructions below) to join the Dolls N' All Rewards program. You'll earn points doing various things (point earning list below) such as following or subscribing to Dolls N' All, sharing a favorite post, commenting, etc. Fixed point amounts will go along with each action. Also, on special days such as 'National Doll Day' or our blogiversary, or possibly Christmas, we'll distribute 'point gifts'. DOTMs will receive a special amount of points as well. Once you hit certain amounts of points, you'll receive 'Reward Credits' which yo…

Camp Dolls N' All, Day 2, Part 4

Wow! I can't believe it's been a week since I posted- like my delay post noted, the weather *glares at sky* has been, er, disagreeable... to say the least. Anyways.... I finally got the rest of Monday's pictures uploaded, so this will actually probably be the very longest day of camp (4 parts?!?!?)! Anyways, enjoy!
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Elly's POV, Monday, August 8, 2016

"Now, Elizabeth is going to demonstrate tinikling dancing, from the Philippines." Josie announced, leading the girls to the center where I was standing.

Everything else was a blur. I thought back to when I had gotten my ankle crushed between the bars and it was broken for six weeks.

Katie and Sam volunteered to do the bamboo clicking stuff.

Sam knelt and reached for the sticks.

They were ready- I wasn't.

I took a deep breath and stood to the left of the sticks.

With a smile on my face, I lifted my skirt and started the routine.

Right foot in, left foot out, right foot out, left foot in, I told myself.

Once I got into the rhythm, it was fun. I whirled and danced, swiftly moving my feet in time with the beat of the sticks crashing against each other.

Click, tap-tap, click, tap-tap, click, tap-tap. The bamboo stayed at a steady pace. I swayed up and over the sticks at an advanced rate.

With an added spin and a hop, I jumped back and forth. When I finished, I was exhausted, but everyone clapped.
Next, Noelle did a ballet demonstration.

As the music began playing, she came to life.

She added another pirouette.

Her flexible addition to her dancing was impressive.

As the music tempo sped up, Noelle performed a grand jete,


and finished, with a dramatic flair.
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Bonus Pics of her stretching!


  1. Hi! Just found your blog. It's so great! I love it and your dolls all look so cute! :D

  2. Correction - I didn't just find it, I knew about it from your really nice comments on my blog, but I finally asked for permission to visit yours. :P

    1. :D Thanks for coming and checking it out! I absolutely love your blog- you did such a great job with the Dolympics! :) I think it's cool you got them to do aerials!

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