Well she used her Christmas money to buy a singing Rapunzel doll.
But today when D went to get Rapunzel she was now where to be found! Come to think of it, I couldn't remember the last time I saw Rapunzel. I believe it was before the last bout of MRSA so that would be last Thursday so where could she be? When D 's having one of her outbreaks we don't leave the house. So I look... and look... and look... and find nothing. I look everywhere, the toy box, the closet, under furniture, even in the refrigerator... but no Rapunzel.
I finally talk D into leaving the house with her two other Rapunzel's, one is a stuffed doll and the other is a Barbie like doll. She isn't happy but at least she's willing to get in the car. =
When we finally get to the mall and are walking with my friends, we find the Disney store is having a store closing clearance and the singing dolls are on sale!!! But just my luck there are no Rapunzel's. I ask D if she wants the Aurora (me thinking since she is blond and in a pink skirt she kinda looks like the wayward Rapunzel) but D wants the Princess and the Frog doll of Tiana. Fine. They are pricey but for 50% off to make her happy I'm buying it. Plus some Rapunzel shoes and a hairbrush that sings. Not to mention that my friend Lindsay got her daughter Ayla the same doll too so they have matching babies. That should make her happy right?
You would think so but even though she loved the shoes and brush when I gave her it just didn't make up for the loss of Rapunzel and when I gave her her new Tiana doll she made such a sad and pathetic face:
She cries "I want my Rapunzel!" and begins to sob like someone just ran over her puppy!
Later Lindsay sends me a video of Ayla playing with her doll: