So, let me introduce you to the Kent family.
As you can see, they live in a lovely three story home. Every inch of space is put to good use!
Here we see Edward and Lillian spending some time in the livingroom. The children all take lessons on the grand piano. It seems that Elsie, one of the twins is having trouble settling down for the night.
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Mrs. Kent loves to sit at her desk and write letters. She has lots of family that live in the next state over. She likes to keep them updated on how the children are doing.
Let's head over to the diningroom. The dinner dishes have been washed and put back on the table. Mrs. Kent enjoys a nice cup of tea, as do all Victorian ladies! :0) She has a lovely teaset with pink roses and gold trim.
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Oh, what do we have here? Little Thomas is not in his bed! He has lots of fun things to do in his room. He enjoys a good game of checkers and flying his kite. When he isn't looking, his twin sisters like to get into his train set. He is a good brother though and always shares with them!
Clara is not a night owl like her brother, she is sound asleep. So is little Emma. In the morning, they will have lots of fun playing together on their rocking horse!
Let's head down to the first floor now and take a peek into the bathroom. Mrs. Kent has decorated it with her two favorite colors, pink and yellow.
Here is the master bedroom. It was a good idea that Mr. Kent put a cradle downstairs. It looks like Elsie will be using it tonight. I think she has a tooth coming in, poor little thing!
The last room on our tour is the kitchen. Such a fun room to be in. There is always something bubbling away on the stove and look at those delicious pastries for tomorrow's breakfast!!
Uh-oh, it looks like the family kitty needs to wake up from her nap! I certainly hope the plum pudding is covered!!
Thank you for visiting and come again soon!
What a lovely home the Kents' have! Thank you for allowing us a tour inside. :)
I always wanted a doll house. I think the Kent family has a beautiful home.
What a wonderful victorian home you have.. I love the doolhouse and wish I had one just like it...We are all children at heart.
Kelli, you should write a childrens book! I loved how you told the story:) The Kents' have a "mighty fine" home. Thanks for the tour!
Oh, Kelli, I loved the Kent's house!! I have ALWAYS wanted a doll house and this makes me want it even more!! Gwen
*Delighted applause* coming your way, Kelli! I'm with Susan P. You should be writing children's books. I loved the tour. Did the furniture and the "people" come with the house?
What a great tour. I love how the Kents have decorated their home. Thanks for sharing!!!
It's a lovely dollhouse. I also enjoyed your narration for the tour of the Kent's home.
That is SO much fun! Lucky lil' Kents! We are in the planning process for a dollhouse at our place, too - although unlike you, I have always loved dollhouses.
Too cute :)
the Kent have a lovely home :)
I love the dollhouse! The Kent family have some lovley items! I had one when I was a girl, sometimes I wonder what happened to it...one of those childhood toys that just disappear.
I lovely Victorian home for the Kent family. A great story too Kelli.
I can't imagine this being left out in the rain. I'm glad you were able to rescue it.
Kelli, Chloe and I love your doll house. We love the kitchen and I love the paper screen you made. Very cleaver !! Clarice
She should be writing children's books. I heartily agree!
What a pretty house! I wonder why she left it out in the rain?
I'm glad it's been rescued!
Thank you all for visiting our dollhouse! I'm so glad you enjoyed the little story. :0)
Sabine, it came with a few pieces of furniture. We got the dolls at a dollhouse store. The best deals for furniture were found on ebay. I didn't want to invest a ton of money. I wanted it to be a "played with" dollhouse!
This was fun! I've always wanted a dollhouse but never had a daughter to share it with. Maybe someday I'll have a granddaughter. One older friend decorated a rectangular box like one room of a dollhouse -- that might be a good compromise.
Thanks for sharing!
I stopped in and looked at your dollhouse today. What fun! Makes me want to do one. I built and furnished one when Elizabeth (Granddaughter) was too small to play without losing/destroying things. She had a ball, but it did not survive. It served its purpose. The next one will be for display. See you on sdq. MammyT
What a cool thing you did with that house!
It inspires me to do something with the old dollhouse I have, just collecting dust.
And, I'll give the Kents credit for inspiration!
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