As much as I hate waiting you'd probably think that Ana Ming was the only one that I'm waiting for, but as of tonight, she's not. Earlier this evening I ordered my first Tonner doll.
fond of the Cami mold, and I do not blame her one bit. The Cami face has a sort of neutrality that can project any emotion, and this adds a lot of versatility. She's not snooty or arrogant-looking like the dolls from some other companies (no offense, Integrity!). As an added little bonus, the particular Cami that I selected does not have inset eyes. Miss Emily has experience with these inset-eye Camis, and if you read the post that I linked above then you know that she was justifiably displeased. I'm aware that not all Cami dolls with inset eyes will have the problems that her dolls had, but when one orders online one can't examine the doll in person and pick one with straight eyes. Luckily, my Cami shouldn't have this problem.
Cami should be here in a week or two, so I'm going to bundle up, settle down in my chair, and...well, wait! In the meantime I still owe you reviews on several of my newer dolls. I'm not going to review all of them, but several of them are definitely worthy of further scrutiny. Heck, I already have a review on my Mooshka doll typed up! I just can't haul my lazy derriere off the couch long enough to take pictures. That will probably change tomorrow; it's supposed to rain, so unless something calamitous occurs I should have some time on my hands.