A little girl’s dream…

I remember one family gathering when I was a young girl, we were at my Aunt’s house I believe (a place that we didn’t go very often). These family reunions happened once a year, mostly at Christmastime. Now as a young woman I understand why we had such distance, but at the time I didn’t understand it at all.

At this particular reunion my Aunt took me into her garage to show me a dollhouse, complete with furniture and dolls. It was beautiful, it was more than my little eyes had ever beheld and it was not to be played with. Another thing I couldn’t understand.

As their Christmas present, my husband made our girls a doll house. It had always been my dream that if I ever had a little girl, she would have a doll house and she could play with every inch of it. It turns out that my husband had the same dream too. Pink shutters, a chandelier, a picture of our family hanging in the living room, twinkle lights and carpet…it was all put together with our two little girls in mind. As soon as the girls opened it, they put in all the little dolls they could find, they filled the rooms with beds and created furniture with whatever they could find. I love their imaginations.

I have to admit…I love it too. At one point I told my husband I’m not sure who he was making it for…the girls or me.


  • Ashley - THIS IS SO BEAUTIFUL AND DREAMY!!!!!!!!!!!!!! How utterly sweet!ReplyCancel

  • Jessica Deane - Sigh- seriously love it. I want one too!! hehe. Your husband is so talented. Maybe I will request this out of mine too….. but… I dunno how great it will turn out! haha,ReplyCancel

  • jeanette Krzyzek - Love it. Jeremy did a wonderful job. I wish I could shrink myself down and live inside of it for a couple of days! Looks so Posh! Love love love! :)ReplyCancel

  • Juanita - Jeremy did such a fabulous job, I am very impressed. I never had a dollhouse growing up and totally wanted my girls to have one. We brought Bryttain hers, for her 3rd birthday and all 3 kids play with it still on a DAILY basis. So fun!ReplyCancel

  • Renee - These photos are so whimsical and girly, I love itReplyCancel

  • Jeremy's Dad - I love it. I didn’t know it had a chandelier or a photo of the family on the wall. Truly a special touch. Makes one wonder why an aunt would show a young girl something they couldn’t touch.

    You and Jeremy have made up for that. What a blessing you guys are!ReplyCancel

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