Welcome To The Dollhouse

January 2nd, 2012

Welcome To The Dollhouse - Family Portrait

Each sold separately.

(submitted by Blaire)

65 Responses to “Welcome To The Dollhouse”

  1. Brett Butler says:

    It is the Pancake family females. A bit more than awkward, possibly, as the girls’ father had a very sad death several years ago.

  2. annelise says:

    Blaire Ashley Pancake. I read the LIFE magazine article about her over and over! We were about the same age, I was from the north, and I had no inkling of the world of pageants that existed down in the south.

    I remember so much from that article that I recognized her face before I saw “submitted by Blaire”.


  3. Kris scheppler says:

    The pancakes were my neighbors when Brooke was little. My first daughter and Debra Erin ( their second daughter) were baptized together as babies

  4. Lindsey says:

    This is a paegant family. Their the Pancakes.The oldest girl is Blair Pancake. She went on to become Miss Tennessee. I thought i recognized them. Their hair is just too perfect.

  5. Devilcat says:

    Perfect illustration of the word “kitsch”.

  6. delacie says:

    if t wasn’t for the mom being so old it would look like the 4 barbie sisters from the 80’s i had all 4 dolls

  7. Skipping Lunch says:

    Yep, this just screams pageant. And the South. I can hear the Southern twang all the way through the internet. (yes, I’m from the south, and had family members who also competed, and they also looked like that too).

  8. Bobby says:

    I think I need some eyedrops now.

  9. skippa says:

    I don’t know why, but I really like this. They all look genuinely happy. I don’t find the mix of plaids and flowers clashing at all. Quite the opposite … very creative and sophisticated, in my humble opinion. The leggings have the grid plus flowers to tie in the theme; the dark sweaters have a grid and flowers at the bottom; and the light sweater has flowers that coordinate with the flowers on the darker backgrounds. Each outfit is related to the overall theme, yet different. A WIN in my book.

  10. jo says:

    Wow!!! So stylish!!

  11. Zebediah says:

    This makes me appreciate my family a little bit more! :O

  12. Erling says:

    Im dissapointed there is no boy in this picture.. would be interesting to see what he would be wearing

    • Jennifer says:

      A pink, long-sleeved button down shirt, a sky blue tie, white plastic dock shoes and white dockers….I had a few Ken dolls when I was little lol

  13. corinne says:

    Everyone is saying “Pagent.” I say, “Anywhere in the South.”

    I moved to the South in the early 90s to finish high school. I was goth. Everyone else looked like them.

    • pittipat says:

      Uh, Corrine, with all due respect… we didn’t *all* look like them. Sheesh.

      • Kittibee says:

        Depends on the area of the South… I went to a school full of girls just like the ones pictured (alternating with the girl-mullet / camouflage set). Just like Corrine, come high school, I went goth. No kidding.

  14. steve says:

    Wow. I’m speechless

  15. KT says:

    Looks like the human versions of Barbie, Skipper, Stacie and Kelly!

  16. Michele says:

    This photo was previously posted on AFP a while ago. Why is it on here again? No new awkward photos left?!!

  17. Katie says:

    Definitely early 90’s attire… and I do believe this is Blaire Pancake’s family as another poster stated.

  18. Ali says:

    They HAD to be a pageant family!! wow…

  19. Lance Corporal says:

    Looks like mom has some pretty strong genes, all those girls look like her!

    (not that there is anything wrong with that as she is pretty).

    Either that or we have proof that cloning works.

  20. Jen says:

    I’m pretty sure the oldest girl in the photo is Blaire Pancake. She was Miss Tennessee 2006
    Her family was big into pageants and they were in several documentaries regarding pageants.

  21. Did the kids just get back from their “Full House” remake audition?

  22. Bear says:

    I like that the oldest daughter was allowed to show her individuality.

  23. Ula says:

    I remember flowered leggings. It seems like so much awkwardness could have been prevented if we’d just skipped the 1980s.

  24. senora_jennifer says:

    LOL at the caption! Love it!

  25. Sarah says:

    I will never understand why people put plaid and flowers together. Ugh!

  26. Kristen says:

    ….and the coordinating sweaters…… and what’s with all of them bending one knee?

  27. McGee says:

    Not a Y chromosome within miles of that spot.

  28. Lili says:

    Reminds me of Toddlers and Tiaras

  29. Tiffany says:

    Would like to see a current picture… How’d they turn out???

  30. BeeJ says:

    The little girl on the left looks like Stephanie Tanner from “Full House”.

  31. cb says:

    and they say that russia is too strict and stringent with their children.

  32. b&gMama says:

    Oh wow, wow, wow, oh wow. I can’t even count the number of busy patterns in that photo. Oh wow.

  33. Aimee says:

    They are beautiful but this is definitely a failed attempt at coordinating! Either don’t do it or go all the way!

  34. Alechsa says:

    Must be from the 80’s… look at the hair. It’s practically the Full House girls with their mom.

  35. Gina says:

    I’m pretty sure the one in the pink is a cardboard cut-out someone threw in @ the last minute.

  36. MaryIndiana says:

    I love this picture. It is so 90s! I think Mom is a former pageant contestant. A little strange but still sort of sweet. She cared enough to inflict matching outfits!

  37. Bekah says:

    Gee, do you think they do pageants?

  38. jeeps says:

    Geeze, imagine all of that hair to clean up. They must have gone through vaccuums every 6 months

  39. slck says:

    Actually not sold separately, looks like Mom and daughter on the left are a matching set! The other 2 are “not included but can be purchased in bonus packs.”

  40. Carolyn says:

    Waaaayy too much cuteness going on here!

  41. meri says:

    a little modeling experience goes a long way…

  42. Julie says:

    80’s pageant girls!

  43. Anthony O'Neill says:

    Looks like an audition photo for “Toddlers and Tiaras”

  44. RJ says:

    Please do NOT light any matches around all that hair spray

  45. Stacey says:

    I especially like the Barbie posed legs on Mom and middle daughter

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