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It doesn’t take $95

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The Kindergarten shabbat box was delivered to our door after school today. (Ella was home for a “personal day” because we have family visiting from out of town.) She and Zoe were so excited that they arranged a special shabbat table for their dolls, crammed into the corner of our small kitchen. So what if we can no longer open the pantry?
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Shabbat Shalom, Jenny and Sofie and baby Sofie, our knock-off American Girl dolls from Target. Proof that you don’t need to spend $95 to have a Jewish doll, just children with Jewish neshamas.



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Silvia

posted June 6, 2009 at 11:22 am


We got away with the knock off doll once. The AG catalog was the end of that, though. Your girls are too cute- little Amys!



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phyllis

posted June 7, 2009 at 11:19 pm


adorable! we had the shabbat bag a while back and it was a big deal in our house…



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