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Dolls N' All Rewards!

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…

Meet Mia!

I'm back, with another GOTY special: Mia St. Clair!
Now, Mia was the first girl to have three brothers: Skip, Rick, and Perry.
 This mini-bio about Mia, the Girl of the Year 2008, is from www.americangirl.com , the archives. Mia is the youngest, and a figure skater... her story is pretty good, and I like her a lot. I didn't find a look a like, but I can show you a picture of my favorite ice skater! Anyways, let's look at the doll.


 
Here you can see that Mia was the first GOTY to have red hair. She also had freckles, and green eyes. It'd be much more interesting to have a red head doll with brown eyes, not green. Too typical.
Other than that, you c an see that she has the regularly rounded face, made from the Classic Mold. She comes with her red hair framing her face, as well as an accented braid, as you can see below.
 
 
 
 So now you know about this awesome doll!
 

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