My sister went on to explain that Niece saw the book on her bedroom bookshelf where it had been placed after I sent Niece's autographed copy in 2008. With Niece being 3 at the time, after their initial review of the book, my sister placed it on a top shelf for safekeeping. Sunday, Niece asked if she could see it and commented how much she loved it. My sister suggested she call to let me know.
I thanked my niece for the compliment, told her I hope she continues to enjoy the book, and asked if she saw a doll in it that she liked. "Oh, yes!" she said. "She's in a wheelchair."
Confused once again, I told her, "I don't have a doll that's in a wheelchair." To further describe the doll, Niece said, "She has lots of pretty hair." Sister thumbed through the pages of the book and located My Twinn Cuddy Sister Jasmine and said, "She's on page 195!"
After chuckling, I said, "She's not in a wheelchair. That's a rocking chair." I shared with Sister that I had recently listed items on eBay and had seriously considered listing Jasmine.
|My Twinn Cuddly Sister Jasmine|
|Purchased several months ago as birthday gifts for my Niece, Bree and Fancy Nancy pose before departure.|
Since Sunday, Niece has viewed my book several times, even falling asleep in the process. Most little girls love looking at dolls in person and even in doll books. They love doll surprises, too.