Alice is missing. I know. I know. It’s tough news to take. When you’ve grown as attached to a six-inch-plastic Alice and in Wonderland as we have, it breaks a Piper’s heart. As best we can discern, she went rogue somewhere between Piper’s bedroom and the front steps of our townhome. It’s a lot of ground to cover. Here is Alice in happier days. Sniff.
We’re distraught, but we’re trying not to panic. It won’t help Alice. Keep calm and carry on. Wherever you are, Alice, we won’t rest until we find you.
Until then, the game must go on. I mean, once you’ve covered every inch of the living room space with “Lalaloopsy Land” and you’re gearing up to play the make-believe game of the century, you can’t let a thing like a missing Alice stop you. Sissy to the rescue!
I’m not saying that a one-dimensional Alice on high-quality printer paper cut down to size can take the place of the real thing. I’m saying that when a Piper is crying, desperate times call for desperate measures. Sissy solved the immediate problem, if not the case.
So, until Alice climbs out of the rabbit hole and returns to reality, we’ll be waiting. Happily.
Good for Sissy – sister to the rescue
Oh, the heartbreak! And EB finally started playing with hers. Mostly she just takes the stockings and shoes off, then asks me to put them back on again.
The little Lalaloopsies play with all of our Star Wars guys. It’s quite the party. The cloth Lalaloopsy with the stockings and clothes becomes the “invading giant” periodically and wreaks havoc on the peaceful coexistence of varying life forms. In a few short years, this will describe your living room.
Oh it sounds VERY exciting. We just found some old He-Men figurines so that should add some dynamics to the play zone.