My Maileg Dollhouse

This post is dedicated to my Australian blogging friend Poul Soren. It touched me that he reached out to me regarding my last post on modern (expensive) nostalgic toys without mentioning the spelling error in the post’s title. This post might be like a repetition of the last one, but the photos shown here are my home collection. I have […]

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Nostalgic, modern Toys

I dedicate a post to one kind of modern toy from Maileg. The woman who invented it lives in my home town, and I have become a collector. The style reminds me of my childhood in the fifties. At the time, we did not have everything in matching colours like what she created. Still, the combination of colour and shape […]

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Nostalgic View on a Chair

When I was five or six years old I dreamed of having a little sister and a baby doll in a cradle. I made a cradle out of a garden chair and many years later I bought a similar chair and found my two baby dolls from my childhood. One doll is “new”. I pingback to “Writing and Photography” who hosts […]

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Connected

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Connected.” The photos I have chosen are connected in the way that the toys are all about a hundred years old and the children on the roof of a house in Copenhagen are collecting money for poor children in 1914. Mesh

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