A paci perhaps? No, I haven't wanted anything to do with a paci since I was about 3 months old.
Bottles? Nope, mommy ditched those when I was 11 months and I've been using sippy cups ever since and now I drink with a straw because it makes me feel like a big girl!I have only one addiction.
My name is Julianne and I am a doll-a-holic. Not just any doll....one doll in particular. It is a little doll that my Aunt Randi bought me before I was even born. She is small, easy to hold, and tells me "I love you" when I squeeze her. Mommy started putting her in my crib with me so I wouldn't be lonely when I was about 6 months old. I didn't show much interest for several months. Then, I had to have her but only when I was going to bed. Now, I have to have her by my side ALL DAY LONG. I throw a fit if mommy gets me out of my crib in the morning before I have a chance to pick her up. She has to sit in my high chair with me when I eat. She has to go to Target, Costco, and any other store or place we go to with me. I have her with me all day at home as you can see:
I even have to have her when I am at the happiest place on earth....because I am not happy if my dolly isn't with me.
You will see my mommy and daddy strapping my dolly to me because they are afraid we might lose her. Just in case that happens, mommy found a brand new one on e-bay that she has safely tucked away in case something happens to this one. We had a close call at Target the other day because I dropped her when mommy wasn't looking. Mommy ran through the store frantically searching for her and we finally found her.
Mommy is wondering if there is rehab for dolly love. She doesn't want a big girl that won't go anywhere without her doll. Any of you have doll-a-holics in your households? Or any other addictions???? We're not sure when this won't be o.k. anymore!