She’s beautiful! Her clothes look better after pressing, too. I may send her in what she’s wearing now, but with the fringed jacket and different shoes. (She says these pinch.) I’ll put all her other clothes around her as cushioning, the way I did with Bella (Daphne’s Katie 2015).
I should have said ginger. They are both pretty. I washed Honor #112’s hair today. I laid her across the table with her hair hanging down, and the air dried it nicely. It did make a difference.
She tells me she’s glad to be out of the restraints. I told her not to get too comfortable here, because she will be moving on, but that’s OK, because she is going to live with a little girl who will love her to bits. I’m giving her Jolena’s turtleneck and a new pair of slacks I had that no one had worn yet. Now she’s helping me with the masks.
That’s a lot of stuff, Pat. Hannahs are good value. As Peggy said, shame they did not think of a sleep mask. Little children would appreciate one, as seeing a dolly in bed but with open eyes must seem odd to them!
She is beautiful. How many Hannahs do you have?