Monster High Dolls features pics and videos of the plush toys, dolls, and accessories from the Mattel property Monster High
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I've got the picnic casket set that just came out. I opened it up but I'm just not in love with Jackson or Frankie if someone else wants them. XpThey're in perfect condition just removed from box,…Continue
Watch out for Heath with no oven mitt. I saw about 5 of these today at various Walmarts while searching for Slo Mo (he's on order, yay!). I also ordered a Heath and Abbey online recently from Target…Continue
For those who are interested, there were 2 sets at Toys R Us in Knoxville TN. I guess it's time to be on the lookout in your area :-) Not on my list and I left them for others to bring home and love,…Continue
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