Happy Weekend! It has been a really busy and drama filled week here, but I have got a bunch of little things to share with you! So read on…

  • One of our site sponsors, myWallaby, is so excited about their new and improved doll carrier/purse for girls, that they are having a giveaway at their site. Visit the myWallaby blog and enter to win one of the new myWallaby agile doll carriers.
  • The Maplelea Girls 2010 Photo Contest is now open!  They are looking for photos from every corner of Canada! They want pictures of girls and their Maplelea dolls exploring, learning, helping, celebrating, creating, traveling, playing, discovering and just having fun! The entry deadline is July 5, 2010. For more information, and to submit photos, click here.
  • MyPinkPlanet shared some really cute printable doll activities – like how to make a passport, laptop and more.
  • Our friends at My Twinn The Just Like Me Doll: (www.mytwinn.com) have launched a new online world where you can dress up your My Twinn dolls, do activities, send e-cards and more. The best part? Its free, there is nothing to download and it looks like a lot of fun.
  • I love all the fun crafts that Lisa Marie keeps adding the the Raising American Girls site. The latest craft – Make a Tutu for your Doll. And if you haven’t done it already, you might just want to make a card for your Mom as tomorrow is Mother’s Day (at least it is in the US).
  • And I know this is not really doll related, but you could certainly use it for the dolls,  WallCandy® Arts has the coolest Peel-n-Stick Chalkboard wall stickers and they have Peel-n-Stick Whiteboard tiles, too. What a great way to make a “classroom” for your dolls or for any room in your house.
  • If you are going to be near the American Girl Place in New York on June 28, check out Molly’s All-American Ballet. Join us for an unforgettable ballet event—Molly McIntire style! Spend this special day with your girl in the heart of New York City. Explore Molly’s 1940s world, learn ballet basics in a special workshop led by American Ballet Theatre, discover the classic ballet Fancy Free, meet a ballerina, and then enjoy a delightful meal. Make this a day you and your girl will remember together, forever! Reservations required. For girls ages 8 and up.