Today I went looking for a replacement doll for Aria, since her foot has mysteriously broken off and disappeared somewhere. I found four Made to Move dolls that would do just fine, but I couldn’t bring myself to spend $19 on something I didn’t really need.
Here’s some other stuff I saw.
At Big W, I found a bunch of new Fashionistas for $13 each. Cute as they may be, none of the selection blew me away, and I didn’t buy anything.
I also saw a bunch of Made to Move dolls for $19 each. There was two variations of the soccer player, the karate girl, and the skateboarder. Both the karate girl and the soccer player would have been a fine replacement for Aria, but who needs karate or soccer gear? Not me.
I also saw this new scooter for $25, which I thought was a bit expensive.
Kmart had a nice selection of toys -I found this Club Chelsea playground, which is new. I couldn’t find the price tag.
I saw the new curvy Made to Move doll, for $19, as well as the gymnast and the soccer player for $19 again. The gymnast also would have been a nice replacement for Aria, but I don’t need gymnastics stuff.
(I suppose the costume would also work for a cheerleading outfit, but then I’d need to buy at least 3 of the dolls. Not at this price!)
There was also the new fashion packs, the dining table and the bean bag, both for $15.
Also -can we note how there is STILL Princess Power dolls in the shops? That movie came out a long time ago… Can we move on yet?
As always, Target had the most dismal selection. No Fashionistas, and no Made to Move dolls whatsoever. Just a whole lot of Giant Chelsea’s.
I guess they did have these Dreamtopia dolls for $10.40, which is a good deal, if you’re into that kind of thing.
Overall, I left empty-handed and disappointed. If the Made to Move dolls were $15, I would probably have caved in and bought a replacement (I know $19 isn’t that far from $15, but it seems like so much more!)
I hope the Skipper babysitter dolls will come out early next year, I really want to get my hands on those!