Aaahhhhh. I'm just going to back away quietly without making eye contact. I feel your pain. Alcohol. Oops, not for you (though that might help some), I mean rubbing alcohol. On the ink. Might have a slight chance of working. OR, call the store in Tysons. I hear they have a 'hospital' for dolls.
Omg. Mr clean magic eraser?
try as well make up removergood luck
I think it's the age--these kids are into branding everything they own and then some as theirs. That's one thing Teo is doing that's at age-level, at least!Poor you. But if Esther loves her goth AG..
Oh boy. I'm laughing, but only 'cause it's not my kid that did it. There but for the grace of God, and all that.Tell me this wasn't a doll that belonged to you or your mother . . .
Wow. Age appropriate or not, I would flip my lid. And I do believe Tyson's has a doll hospital and they have to be able to deal with this. Wow. Scarred.
I remember my older sister's dolls looking like that and it was ME! Sorry it happened to her doll!
OK so I only have boys. Is this the American Girl doll she got for her birthday! I am so sorry. I agree with Elaine. I think there is a doll hospital around Tyson's or you can go online and send her away.
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