The Sasha Babies in their Dollydoodle Daywear.
Goodmorning everyone (and especially to SS-R and the babies say a special ‘Hi’ to their Auntie Susan.)
I’m called ‘Miss Lippy’ (nicknamed because of my previous little owner’s love of feeding me with a silver spoon which has unfortunately damaged my lips.)
My mummy has asked me to tell you that she gone to the Wholesalers to buy some more Easter themed sweet stock and so has left me to start the window display with the items that we have already got.
I’ve decided to firstly add the gorgeous mini chocolate Lindt Easter Bunnies in a line along the front of the bottom shelf. (Easter wouldn’t be the same without being given one of these now famous bunnies.)
Then to move the sweet jars a little to each side so that I can put the Cadbury’s mini eggs box in the centre on the top shelf. (We are hoping to get some more of these within the next few days as after the Lindt bunnies they are very popular with the Sasha babies as they are the perfect size for them to eat.)
Next I’m adding the MaltEaster Bunnies in their red packages so am moving the little candy canes (always particularly popular at Christmas to hang on the trees as decorations) lying along the top shelf to make room for them.
(Apologies for my rather messy hair at the back. I think that I need to get mummy to re-plait it.)
There that looks much better and now before I go and check how the window looks from the outside mummy has asked me to introduce the seven Sasha babies who are now dressed in their Dollydoodle Day Wear. (To save repeating myself they are ALL early Frido/Trendon babies.)
Firstly we have one in the smart navy spot leggings and hoodie with the little sheep embroidered motif that was so kindly given to them by Chris Taylor for Christmas.
Secondly this was a hoodie and jogger two piece set that mummy bought for us a couple of years ago (although he should be wearing some Trendon shoes or socks on his feet to keep them from getting cold.)
With the hood up.
One of the earliest Frido babies in a quite recent pretty and dainty purchase by mummy with the gorgeous little giraffe embroidered on the front.
With the hood up.
The fabulous little wooden fairground roundabout was bought back for us as a present from a famous toy shop in Zurich, Switzerland by Julia Keven when a group of UK Sasha collectors went over there to visit the Sasha Museum to see the Sasha Studio Dolls.
A little girls version of the first sheep hoodie with pink spotted leggings.
A sweatshirt and joggers set with a little rocking horse motif stitched on the front is being worn by this Bettina mohair customised little tot. (Again either socks or shoes should be on her feet.)
This bright and attractive bead toy was given to them by Cathy Buckley Mellor for my 70th birthday and they love playing with it. So good for the eye and hand combination skills.
No Brownie points for guessing just who this little fellow is wearing a super little tug boat sweatshirt and joggers that Judith very kindly sent to Quirky some years ago now so, according to him, only HE is allowed to wear it.
Looks like he’s had a little bump to his forehead here but think that it looks worse than it really is.
I love the looks of this next little tot who is in another of Judith birthday gifts to me with it’s embroidered teddy face and double layered top look.
Pleased to see here that someone has sensibly got some shoes on to protect and keep his feet warm.
Miss Lippy coming out of the shop to check on the updated window display and carefully closing the door behind her so as to keep the warmth in.
Umm! Still needs more Easter sweets and eggs to give it that Easter look so do hope that mummy has managed to get some more items.
Must get back inside now as mummy will soon be returning.
Thank you for ‘dropping by’ to see some of us again today and we hopefully look forward to meeting you here next Sunday, although I’m not sure just what mummy is planning to show you then, but the Sasha babies dressed in their warm and cuddly little fleeces will be shown the following week.
Our thoughts and prayers are with any of you whose UK homes are flooded with the recent excess rain and high winds. We hope that you are safe and coping and that your Sasha Dolls are being stored high up and staying dry.