A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a post called— "Don't Let That Hideous Doll Out of The House". It was about two cheap, poorly dressed, ugly looking dolls that my mother gave Mazzy as a gift that LITERALLY laughed at me once Mazzy took a shine to them. By "shine", I mean Mazzy wanted to take them outside the safety of our apartment where I would be judged by other mothers for my taste in hideously generic dolls.Then I posted a round-up of "cool dolls" that would earn Mazzy a bit more street cred.
Craig (yes, I actually have a few male readers) took all of his knowledge that he has gleaned from "Ask Dr. B Wednesdays" and suggested the following:
"Get an awl. Drive it through the nerve center of the doll eliminating the auditory component. At the same time, get one of the cool dolls delivered. Let her see you open it. Tell her it is not for her but for you. Put it on the couch. Eventually relent that she can touch it. Then let her appropriate it. Dr. B, I'm gunning for your job."
I think this might actually work and I am willing to give it a try. So now I am contemplating "Craig Uses Evil to Help You Manipulate Your Child Thursdays". What do you think? Does that sound like a feature we can all get behind?