When I first saw the “Polly” pocket toys I knew I had to get one.
I mean, this is a real toy, a real girl, a girl that can actually make friends and get along with people!
And she’s just the perfect companion to my adorable daughter, Bella!
But when I found out that “Pj” Pocket Toys was going to be available to purchase, I had no choice but to try them out!
I was so excited to try out the Pj Pocket toys and Bella’s first interaction with them.
But my excitement quickly turned to concern when I realized that the P j Pocket Toys aren’t exactly what I expected from them.
It’s a very basic toy with very few accessories, but the packaging, too, is lacking in functionality and charm.
I know that when it comes to the P pj Pocket Toys, I was looking for a toy that looked like the dolls that are on the cover of the “Bonnie and Clyde” DVD series, but that’s not what I got.
Instead, I got a toy with a much more minimalistic design and less features than the toys that came with the “Clyde” DVD and DVD set.
The P j pocket toys are basically the same basic dolls as the original “Bonie and Clyde,” but they’ve been tweaked to be more of a “dollhouse” toy.
Here are the basics of the P J Pocket Toys.
Each toy is packaged in a box with an orange or green box and a pink tag with “PJ” and the word “Bonnies” inside.
Pj’s pink toy is the pink one on the left.
You can also see that the box has a sticker on it with “Bonny” inside, but I wouldn’t call it a sticker.
All of the toys come with a pink bag that has a plastic bag with the toy inside and an orange bag with a little bag with “Toy Bonnie” inside it.
In my photo, you can see the pink bag with an attached sticker on the right.
Once you’ve bought the PJ Pocket Toys (or any of the dolls in the Bonnie and Charlie dolls) from the Dollhouse website, you’ll receive a shipping label and instructions on how to get them.
Once you’ve gotten the toys, just remove the tag from the box, and the toy will go inside your dollhouse.
It’s kind of cute that you can remove the sticker on each doll and put them inside the box.
When I got the toys out of the box and looked at them, I could see that they didn’t have many accessories.
For example, the P bob doll has a pink belt, pink shoes, and pink ears.
And that’s it!
I guess that makes me wonder why the Pajamas were added.
Besides the obvious accessories, there isn’t much to the toys.
They’re basically just a toy.
But the fact that they’re all pink means that they have a lot of accessories.
The P j toy has a bow and arrow and a flower holder.
The pink P bob is a flower.
And P j has a “Clude” necklace.
All of these items come with the word Pj in the packaging.
This means that you don’t need to buy them separately, just put them in your dollhouses.
Of course, it’s important to make sure that the toys are in the right place.
To check that everything is in place, I put the toys into the “Baby Dollhouse” and put it in the “Gotta Catch Up” position.
I didn’t notice that the toy was moving around much when I was putting them in, but when I turned the dollhouse upside down and put the toy in the opposite position, it moved about the same amount as the dollhouses were in.
The toy was in place and I wasn’t noticing it at all.
The only thing I noticed was that the doll house had an orange sticker on top of the toy.
(I guess this is because the pink toy was inside.)
Once everything is assembled, you should see that all of the doll houses are connected by a rope that goes down to the “Walking Horse” dollhouse, which is attached to the doll.
The rope is attached by a strap to the side of the walking horse dollhouse and the doll is attached on the side to the walker dollhouse that is attached the back of the horse doll house.
If you have a walking horse, you need to put the walking-horse dollhouse back on top and you need a rope for the walking horses.
The walking horse can also be attached to a dollhouse for the doll to walk to. Finally,