With a little girl on the way (we're at six months, kids!) one can't help but think about little girl toys, clothes, activities, accessories, etc. One thing that I was into as a child were Barbies and doll houses. You can see me here with the Barbie that my sweet mama-in-law gave me at Christmas because she thought it resembled me. I only wish that my legs were that long in proportion to my torso.
Sis-n-law got one too.
I was not the kind of little girl that was obsessed with dolls by any means. In all actuality they scared the bejeezus out of me after dark. My mom would have to hide them from me after play time so that I wouldn't know where they would be coming from to attack after they came to life. Stupid Chucky ruined them for me in that way. But I vow not to be the kind of mom that passes on her fears to her child and thanks to the stupendous modern doll houses that I saw on Houzz today it should not be problem.
These architectural gems would make Frank Lloyd Wright and I.M. Pei proud. These could definitely live in my house without any terror-filled dreams from me. They even added a few mini, mid-century modern furniture pieces. The Eames La Chaise was by far my favorite. At $9,500 for an original full-size, the miniature version might be my only hope at owning a La Chaise myself.