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  1. drkstars reblogged this from bjdtextconfessions and added:
    Seriously, and if you appeal to your child, it wont scream and cry… I take my 9 month old to meets and they LOVE him so...
  2. quietmadman reblogged this from bjdtextconfessions and added:
    You’ll never truly grow up until you realize that you’ll always be a child to the world.
  3. onlyinthishobby reblogged this from bjdtextconfessions and added:
    In my opinion, part of growing up is finding a way to balance all the things you love about life. You’re right, nobody...
  4. thestasher reblogged this from bjdtextconfessions and added:
    Or you could just take a hiatus until the kids are older. I, personally, don’t see anything unprofessional about dolls.
  5. duskkodesh reblogged this from bjdtextconfessions and added:
    I say that the hobby is theirs to give up. That is to say that if they don’t value their hobby enough that they want to...
  6. myresin reblogged this from mayyeo and added:
    No, I’m thinking that for their situation, they feel that they have too many ‘adult’ responsibilities to deal with a...
  7. mayyeo reblogged this from bjdtextconfessions and added:
    Is the OP implying that everyone involved in the hobby is immature? That’s really cute.
  8. ohcamil reblogged this from janenx01 and added:
    And if you want to stop doing something you once loved and don’t any more, anon, then just do it. Don’t make excuses,...
  9. janenx01 reblogged this from bjdtextconfessions and added:
    I have kids and a job. I still love my dolls and go to meetups when I can (I live in an area where there aren’t a lot of...
  10. engelmech said: Yeah, really, if anything I imagine having a kid can give you an excuse to not “grow up”, at least as far as flavor of hobbies. Kids love toys, kids love it even better when their parents love toys too.
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