In this Ask Us video we talk about our favourite toy when we were children, chestnuts and where we will live in the future.
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Nichola, you look like Elsa from Frozen with your hair braided like that!
My fave toy was my easy bake oven
Oh my gosh!!! My Child dolls… soooo beautiful! They are the most precious dolls ever. Their soft skin and silky hair. All my girl cousins and I got one for Christmas one yr. They all had the same traits (hair and eye color) we each did. I saved mine for yrs, planing to give her to my future daughter someday. She was in perfect condition ( I only chopped Barbie’s hair..lol) When we moved (i was in jr high) back to our home town, we put our stuff in storage.. yup. We lost her to horrible storage robbers :*(
Now that I have a daughter, I tried looking for one on that thing the kids these days call the eBays and the cheapest one was over $300! And it was a naked chopped haired drawn on mess!!
Why am I telling you this!? IDK..lol Its just cool to hear of someone who had one too 🙂 I have never met anyone who had or heard of that paticular doll. I guess the ymade a plastic my child later on but its not the same.
Ok life story rant is over 😉
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I didn’t know they had roasted chestnuts in Korea! It’s pretty typical to eat them in Portugal in Winter. They’re delicious! 🙂
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