imageWell, coming back from a Christmas sleepover with my real life BFF’s, guess what large box I stumbled upon? A package from the AG headquarters in Middleton, Wisconsin of course! Kit’s bed, it came at last! As many of you know, when my “miracle” presents(to see the story go back a post) arrived, Kit’s bed was damaged. So AG sent us a new one for free and we’re waiting on a little return conformation sticker to arrive in the mail so we can send the other one back. Though is was Emilie’s Christmas gift, it folds out into a trundle bed so Emilie and Jasmine share it, as they are roommates after all. Hehe they are so tired after all that Christmas partying!

IMG_3675Well, to start the review, it’s really easy to assemble. You don’t need anything but the bed! Just insert these little pegs of the thingy-they-sleep-on into the head board and foot board pieces and you are DONE! The quilt and mattress are super soft, and the mattress folds out to be big enough to fit both dolls. The quilt is long enough to fit both dolls too!

IMG_3677To make it a single bed just pull off the mattress and quilt, fold down the little metal bar-y thingy, fold the mattress, and behold! The power of an easy transformation bed!!!

IMG_3678What a neat little geometric pattern the quilt is! The pillow looks cute with the quilt tucked over it like this,

IMG_3679but it’s really just your ordinary pillow! Pretty plain, yeah? I mean, you’d think it would come it a pillowcase or something. But, no problem, with a needle, thread and cute buttons I’ll turn this thing into the cutest pillow you’ll ever see!

IMG_3680Jazzy loves the little yellow flowery pillow it comes with, too! She says it’s so chic and adorable! ;)


IMG_3682Woah, woah, girls? Umm, It’s 4:00 in the afternoon! Girls? GIIIIIRLS? oh dear… I have two sleepyheads to deal with! haha

Do you have Kit’s bed? What does your doll sleep on? Before we had Kit and Molly’s bed, I turned the boxes that my dolls came in and put some shirts or pillowcases on for sheets and blankets, and made them little pillows out of socks with extra fabric in them.

Until next time,