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  1. Nancy's Point
    Nancy's Point January 16, 2012 at 4:21 pm | | Reply

    It’s crazy, yours is the second post on this topic I’ve come across today in addition to mine! Can we just say the “great minds thing” is at play here? ha.

    I can’t seem to embrace the idea of Bald Barbie. I’ll just leave my post’s link and you can visit if you choose. Thanks for writing your post.


  2. Serenity Bohon
    Serenity Bohon January 17, 2012 at 10:56 am | | Reply

    I read most closely the part where you described your hair evolution after chemo, because I’m in the very dark/very curly stage, wondering where it will go next. I miss my hair so much it’s ridiculous. I was quite brave about the hair loss while it happened. Not so much now. And I like it best when my boys still draw me with the long highlighted version. My Mii is similarly nostalgic. I think this fb movement has its heart in the right place for sure. I’ve heard they want to name the doll Hope, which I love. But maybe she should have growable hair beneath a cheeky pink cap? ;)

  3. Serenity Bohon
    Serenity Bohon January 18, 2012 at 4:29 pm | | Reply

    Thanks for the personal response, Jen! It’s so nice to talk to someone who’s been there.

  4. Jason McCarty
    Jason McCarty January 20, 2012 at 7:45 pm | | Reply

    You tell me. This is my 12 year old Chloe and her story.

    This is why she thinks this doll should be made.

    Her page if you want to check it out.

  5. strawberry dinse
    strawberry dinse June 24, 2014 at 11:46 am | | Reply

    yes us kids need bald barbies when ever i look at a barbie doll I feel bad it makes me think of all the kids like me in the world who look at a barbie and think why am I excluded from having a baraie that looks like me why is it that when im plaing with a barbie I get laughed at because it dosnt look like me think about that.

  6. strawberry dinse
    strawberry dinse June 24, 2014 at 11:48 am | | Reply

    and I dont have cancer but at least I have a heart

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