|Our dolls at dinner|
|Leo, Theo and Daisy with Edmund behind them|
|Laura's girl, Miranda and Edmund|
|Jocelyn's lovely red head in her favourite outfit, and baby Daisy|
|Isabel gets comfortable in a teacup!|
|Jane's baby in shweshwe|
|Janet gave out various prizes and gifts|
|Laura's Emily, Jenny, Laura's Fredy, Annie, Lexie and Annie|
|Raffle baby (the first prize), Leo, Daisy and Theo|
|Two lucky girls with their raffle babies - my girl was holding Theo and Daisy (from last year's raffle) and her new friend was holding one of the two babies she won on this year's raffle (photo Laura H)|
|Teddy introduces his BJD to the girls and Paula|
|Admiring some other dolls|
|Evening doll conversations|
|Admiring Teddy's BJDs|
It was hard to leave the chat, however we both needed our beds after a long, very enjoyable day.
The next morning I took my Ponfa pram to breakfast along with Nicholas James and Trendon Elliott who had not been out of the room all weekend. I knew some people there hadn't seen my pram before. It seems to have been the only pram at the celebration weekend this year and several people asked about it.
Then we all gathered outside for a photo under a big tree before some people reluctantly dashed off to catch trains, planes or taxis home. There was a photo studio set up with a variety of backdrops so our dolls who had been on display had their photos taken by Alan. It was also the last chance to photograph the wonderful Maypole.
|Two happy young Sasha collectors with the Maypole|
|Three raffle babies with the Maypole|
|Peggy and Janet with the winning costume doll - Peggy had made the whole costume and Janet had painted the doll's eyes|
|Reuben, Nina and Melanie in their African costumes in the photo studio|
However there is one more post to come for the celebration weekend, as I shall explain all about the outfits I made for the competition.