Monday, November 30, 2009


Poor Stubborn Sasha has a boo-boo on her cheek and has to use OXY-10 to remove it. I had not noticed it until the other day while photographing her. At first I thought it was a spec of dirt but alas it is a bit more and needs deep cleaning. Luckily, I had ordered some OXY-10 to remove a fabric stain on the belly of one of my Gregor triplets. So now we must all wait to see if this stuff really works.

Sunday, November 29, 2009


Caleb is delighted to have a new baby sister and she is making friends quickly. The Sasha babies are so delightful and are wonderful models to photograph. While the older kids keep encouraging me to adopt more friends, the babies have not been so aggressive in their demands except they do seem to acquire more stuffed critter companions

Saturday, November 28, 2009


Here is STUBBORN SASHA who is also known as MY FAVORITE SASHA. Our story appears in the current issue of SASHA WORLD.
I call her "Stubborn Sasha" for a couple of reasons. First, she has that persistent stray strand of hair that always falls in front of her face no matter what I do. I think it was actually intended to be part of her fringe since it falls between two sections of her fringe. However, it does give her a distinct attitude and contributes to her personality. The more obvious reason she is called "Stubborn Sasha" is that no matter how hard I try, she refuses to pose in any other position unless I strap her to a doll stand -- which she hates.
She is also known around here as the "innocent twin" since she is almost an exact duplicate of my "naughty twin" who has a somewhat arch expression and a mischievous twinkle in her eyes.
There are pictures of them together on earlier postings of this blog.

Monday, November 23, 2009


"Rupunzel, Rupunzel -- let down your long hair."

My Sashas love fairy tales and this little girl has found a way to be one of her favorite characters -- RUPUNZEL. This is a beautiful wig that I purchased several years ago for one of my BJD dolls. At the time it was pretty expensive -- as almost everything was that came from the Asian BJD companies. It is a beautifully crafted wig and the curls are in perfect doll-size scale.

Rupunzel is hoping that a Prince will climb up the tower and save her. Perhaps my Prince Gregor will accept the challenge.

Saturday, November 21, 2009


My blonde Gregor triplets are always on the lookout for fabulous new sweaters. They already have an impressive collection. Recently they added these three sweaters and matching hats. The turquoise sweater, hat, and trousers were created by Nikki at SASHA DOLL STYLE. The other two sweaters were created by Patricia at KNITS BY TRISH and were discovered on eBay. Nikki is in the UK and Trish is in Australia.
The three boys are delighted with their new autumn sweaters and will certainly enjoy them well into the winter months.