Monday, February 8, 2010

Dolla did it.

I had one and now Buggie does.
An imaginary friend.
Mine was Chickie.
Hers is Dolla.

Hubby did not have one.
So he is a little out of the loop.
He is not really sure how to encourage Buggie.

I think it is wonderful.
I have a VERY vivid memory of sitting in the bathroom {around 4 yrs old}
while my Mom was getting ready.
She went to throw a tissue in the toilet and KNOCKED CHICKIE IN!
And before I could tell her she had flushed the toilet!
Amazingly the next morning Chickie was back, but boy was I worried about her.

Buggie has not gone a day in the past month of so without mentioning Dolla.
Dolla goes in the car with us, "Mommy please buckle her in her carseat."
Dolla takes a bath with her "Momma Dolla needs her hair washed."
Dolla eats dinner with us "Daddy please cut Dolla's food."
And over the weekend I noticed Dolla began doing other things.
"Mommy Dolla made a mess with the Legos."
"Mommy Dolla left a cup of chocolate milk in your bed."

And today look what that sneaky Dolla did...



{this is my doll Beansie, Buggie loves playing with her and I love even more that she does}

Now we do not play on the stairs, only cause I have fallen down our stairs do to a toy.

Did you have an imaginary friend? Do your kids? Any funny stories?

6 comments:

Pattie said...

I've never had one, I don't think my mother would have tolerated it anyway lol

But I have always thought they were interesting :)

Love Being a Nonny said...

My niece had an imaginary friend...two of them actually: Holla and DeeDee. She blamed them for everything!

Love the dollas on the stairs!!!

Tiffany said...

girl...this is some spooky stuff...cute but spooky! And those dolls...I thought at first it was a scene from a scary movie!! Oh man...I bet Tessa is going to have one...I better start preparing myself...and Tony too!

maureencracknellhandmade said...

That is so precious! I had three sisters to blame everything on.

Melissa said...

Love what Dolla did with the dolls - hilarious! I had an imaginary friend too. His name was Sherlock - original right? He didn't live with us though, he lived at my Aunt Sue's house - random. My mom played along with the whole thing!

Jenni said...

Landon has a semi-imaginary friend. His tonka dumptruck is now a "person". Dumptruck takes naps, and Landon taught him how to play Mario Kart on the Wii. Dumptruck hasn't done anything bad yet; however, Dumptruck will randomly be sad about something. Gotta love it!