Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Please to explain

about the Polly Pockets. Isn't the point that they are interchangeable and you can mix and match all the clothes? So how come we have three dolls and three sets of clothes that are all totally different and incompatible? Too big/too small/too magnet-y/too rubbery?

7 comments:

BlondeMomBlog (Jamie) said...

Not to mention the 8 million pieces, shoes, etc. are too @$&#% small and end up all over the house, sucked up the vacuum, shoved in a toddler's mouth, under the couch.

Polly Pocket...THUMBS DOWN!

So ask me how I really feel. ;)

Lisa said...

I thought all of those little wheels and things that come with boy toys were bad. But it looks like girl toys are way worse.

Magpie said...

Luckily we don't have any (yet). But they are frighteningly small and complicated!

mothergoosemouse said...

f'ing Polly Pocket...

My SIL sent a bunch to Tacy. As Kyle and I opened the package and extricated all the teeny tiny parts, he asked: "So...should we send your nephews a drum set?"

I'm just waiting to find one of those little plasticky parts in a dirty diaper.

Heather said...

I have to agree with mothergoosemouse. I don't know that I'll ever forgive the friend who introduced them into my household, especially when I had a 1.5 year old. At least then there were strict only in your room rules--now there are pieces parts everywhere!

radioactive girl said...

When my girls were little, I used to find them all over the place. I confess I used to "accidentally" vacuum them up sometimes and then claim to have no idea where they could be.

PunditMom said...

Ah, welcome to the wonderful world of small-toys-that-will-all-eventually-find-their-way-between-the-sofa-cushions! PLUS, it seems that small fingers can't get the rubbery clothes on and off without parental help! So you get to have fun, too!