AMERICAN GIRL DOLLS RANKED
It was determined that at age 10 I was "too old" for AG dolls, thus my list only contains the first 7 dolls.
- •SamanthaThis is obvious, right!? Everyone wanted the Samantha doll, and with damn good reason. I'm obviously biased because we share a name, but C'MON people. She was the best friend we all wanted and had the best wardrobe.
- •FelicityGirl was a feminist before it was the thing to be. She was impatient, independent, and stubborn - everything I am. Also, I wore the "life size" Felicity dress to a Boston Tea Party reenactment we had in the 4th grade. I now realize that I peaked in 4th grade.
- •AddyDefinition of badass. She escaped slavery at just 9 years old, all while teaching herself to read and write.
- •JosefinaI was completely obsessed with her clothes (it was when I still wore color.) I was also not so secretly obsessed with how snarky her sister was. It should be noted she inspired my love of side braids, which still runs deep.
- •KitSomehow she made the Great Depression look good. I never really bought the whole "journalism" thing though. I think she was just a nosy bitch. I did like her barrette though!
- •MollyThe wannabe Samantha. If you didn't have Samantha you had Molly. Her one redeeming quality is that she tap danced.
- •KirstenHer braids were complicated and her clothes were boring. Just an all around snooze fest.