“It was just me and the dolls,” said the 34-year-old mother of three, who grew up in a single-parent home and has a child with a disabled sibling.
“I had the same dream every single day of what I wanted to do with my life.
So I wanted a doll that could do everything, and they were my dolls.”
The dolls came from a toy line called Barbie Dreamland.
As an avid child-rearing enthusiast, Ms. Miller started dreaming of becoming a dollmaker and began tinkering with the process.
She had a vision of creating a doll called Barbie, which she christened Barbie Dreamworld in her home.
She modeled the doll after her mother, who also loved dolls and dreamed of one day owning one.
In 2007, she purchased a doll from a local manufacturer and began molding her own dolls.
She was soon on her way to becoming the first American woman to own a doll made entirely from scratch.
But Ms. Moon, who is also a registered nurse, didn’t start her own company until she married her husband, who was a mechanical engineer at a plastics company.
“At the time, my husband was very committed to his craft,” Ms. Moore said.
“We were both obsessed with toys.
He had this huge passion for mechanical toys, and he was really into the whole idea of making toys from scratch, which is what we were passionate about.
And he made me believe I could make a doll.
I think that’s the moment when we realized that if I wanted this job, I had to start my own business.”
It was the start of a new life for Ms. Millers doll, but the journey to achieve it wasn’t without its challenges.
Ms. Moons success story is a cautionary tale of how quickly it can take a woman to create a doll of her own.
The birth of a child was always the first milestone in her life, and the process of starting a business from scratch was never an easy one, she said.
Ms Moon said she had to juggle many tasks while working at a company that had a strict schedule, including making deliveries and stocking shelves at the mall.
But she found her muse and a passion for dollmaking and a love for dolls when she saw a television commercial for a toy company.
She decided to try to make a product that was both fun to make and also a good source of income for her husband and three children.
She said her husband is still the owner of the company, and she enjoys working with her new customers.
“You can’t make it on your own,” she said of the business venture.
“The company is a very strong partnership, and we are very grateful that the company has supported us.”
Ms. Mars and Ms. Cooper, the owner and founder of doll maker Lola Dolls, said their goal is to create affordable dolls that people can afford.
“In a lot of ways, the idea of a doll is a luxury item,” Ms, Mars said.
They have been able to create their dolls for sale through a variety of online retailers, such as Etsy and Amazon, and offer them to consumers in the United States.
The doll company, which has more than 1,000 dolls, also sells dolls online, as well as through its own website.
Ms Mars said that most customers are interested in buying a doll because they want one for themselves.
“There are so many things that we can do with dolls,” she explained.
“And we have a whole selection of different dolls that you can find online.
“When they get a doll they really want it. “
They don’t want to pay a lot for it.””
When they get a doll they really want it.
They don’t want to pay a lot for it.”