I won Kaya when I was 10 years old through a contest held at Hallmark stores. She is my first American Girl doll and I have such a soft spot for her. Kaya is a Nez Pierce native american girl growing up in 1764.
I got Felicity in 2012 as a gift from my mother when I started to become interested in American Girl once again at the age of 21. I have wanted her since I was 8 years old and first found AG (American Girl). Felicity is a spunky horse loving girl growing up in Colonial Williamsburg in 1774.
Caroline Abbott 1812
Caroline is a daughter to a shipbuilder with dreams of owning her own ship one day. I just had to have her because of all her regency style clothing!
Bought her as part of a TLC lot on eBay, got her all fixed up and kept her for myself because she was so stunning!!
Marie Grace Gardner-1853
Cecile Rey-1853 *Pic soon to come!*
Also a pre-loved on Ebay at a good price. I am very excited to have her! Kirsten in a Swedish immigrant growing up in 1854 the prairies of Minnesota.
Bought directly from American Girl, she is the new BeForever version! Addy Walker and her family were slaves in 1864 that escaped to freedom and made a better life for themselves.
Once again an Ebay find! Samantha is an orphaned girl living with her wealthy grandmother in 1904.
Rebecca Rubin -1914
Although Rebecca's stories didn't interest me as much as others, she is a beautiful doll. Honestly I think she is the prettiest that I own. Rebecca is a Jewish immigrant living in New York City with dreams of being a star.
Kit Kitteredge and Ruthie Smithens-1934
Bought Molly off of eBay. Although I am not a fan of Molly's books, I have always loved her collection. Molly is a girl growing up in 1944 during World War II.
MaryEllen Larkin- 1954
Julie Albright- 1974
I didn't like Julie until her Beforever change, I loved her new meet outfit and it really complemented her. So I bought her on a whim one day and she has been a lovely addition! Julie is an earth loving, basketball playing girl in the 70's in San Francisco.
I bought this American Girl of Today off of Ebay not too long ago because she was a steal.. and although I only intended on collecting the Historicals, she has been a fun addition to my collection. I named her after Reed Kessler who is a teenage Olympic show jumper.
JLY 61- Anastasia
I got this doll during a Jills Steals and Deals Promotional sale. I had to wait two hours to get on the site to order her but I finally did and it has been a treat to have her. I plan on making her a Tudor Aged Historical.