Well, the girls have already had several classes in the Schoolroom.
The boys have been out on separate fieldtrips...
(There is no gender divide here in Dolltown.
But there are natural differences that we notice we are catering to.
Just like when I put lego and blocks in front of my own girls as babies and toddlers. And gave dolls and stuffies to our boy...
My kids just crawled across the room and settled in to the other toys. And our boy asked for Tonka trucks and Transformers. And our girls asked for Barbies and Little Ponies. (Well, and Shera!)
But since I have ended up with adult kids who cross easily across traditional gender lines in a way I am personally proud of as a natural feminist (equal is equal) I fall comfortably into boy/girl divides when these dolls come out... It's fun.
And we have lots of variety in our dollies and stories!)
Now the boys are getting busy with the counting blocks, chalk and books!
No sign of a teacher in sight!
We believe in self discovery here in Dolltown. And personal discipline.
These kids keep each other in line. Hahahahaha
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April (Monday, 24 October 2016 17:50)
LOL!!!! Well, your kids are sooooo well behaved and sooooo adorable, I don't think you have much to worry about!!! And with all this adorableness going on in Dolltown, I prefer counting up hugs than trucks. But sadly, I don't have enough arms for all the hugs I'd need to give you totally, irresistible, gorgeous bunch of dolls!!!!!
Jano (Monday, 24 October 2016 18:06)
Well, THAT got the kids all excited..thinking you might show up to give hugs!
The boys blushed and started to move to the back of the room, talking in gruff voices about the latest hockey game.
But the girls started to decide how they would share you and your hugs...and deciding that the ones who DIDN'T get to go to Paris would be first. (Humans could take lessons!)
And what is the best hugging chair that you could sit in...
Uh oh...better get a ticket to Dolltown! lol Do you ski?