Wednesday, June 11, 2014

The Doll

Today, I put Matthew on the floor to play while I went to check on our little garden. When I came back in, the sight in front of me was horrifying. Matthew had Nataleigh's doll. He was hugging it, and chewing on it. I shouted NO! and snatched the doll from him and gave him a squeaky ball instead. He looked at me and cried. "Matty" I said "Dolls are for girls! You can play with squeaky ball!" and put the doll away on my bedside table. He kept crying. He finally forgot about the doll, and we ate lunch. After lunch, we cleaned up and laid down for a nap. An hour later, I heard him squealing with joy. I went to go look... the doll had fallen off the table and into his crib. I took the doll away again, and gave him another toy. Later that evening, my husband came to me and said "Why is Matthew playing with a doll?" I went and I looked, and sure enough, that SAME DOLL had found its way back over to Matthew. I shouted "This doll is possessed!" and threw it in the garbage. I pray the doll doesn't find its way back in the house.

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  1. You had better burn that doll Hun!! It's the only way to keep the devil out after he's found his way into your home and children! ( it may be a punishment for letting those girls show their toes like harlots)

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    1. You are right. However, the doll is now in the trash, and that means I need to burn my trash to get the evil out.

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  2. I have contacted my group of God Warriors and told them your story. Rest assured all 11 of us are praying for your son to be delivered from the evils of Satan. Stay Strong (last month we were successful in curing a bothersome hangnail for our Pastor's wife Praise Jesus)

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  3. Don't be so hasty. Last year my Sister-in-Law gave my niece a lovely cuddly one with red hair and blue eyes, it's a boy doll but that's OK she will have boy children one day, and it's been just lovely to see the attachment my niece has to it. Every time we visit for fellowship Nevah-Leagh is saying such sweet things as "he's my friend til the end" and "Hi I want to be hugged". Now my nephew is starting to carry him round which is a bit weird but never mind Valiant Ford will grow out of it one day!!1!

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  4. I believe dolls are evil, as are most toys in general and I never allowed them in my house because their are just too many unknown things that you don't know about them like who have they been in contact with. Anyone could put a curse or spell on a doll or a toy and you wouldn't know about it until to late. , children don't really need toys of any kind. Boys should be learning to use various tools and doing yard work and girls should be learning household skills. Both should be doing schoolwork and Bible study. Children who are kept busy enough will not need toys.

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  5. I believe you were too hasty in taking it away from him. He needs to practice courtship if he is to get married in 18 - 19 years. He can hug the doll, then correct the doll (even if it is only in baby language) telling her that her skirt is too short, dinner was too cold, she should've never cut her hair, etc. All sorts of useful phrases he can learn!

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    1. The doll was possessed. It wanted my son's soul.

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  6. Mass produced toys contain poison’s - Polyvinyl chloride, phthalates, bisphenol, and lead! They give kid’s cancer, asthma, infertility and obesity. There the same chemicals found in batterys and anti-freeze. I only allow my children to play with wholesome, homemade toys that I make from scratch with sustainably grown reeds, locally sourced raw honey, and smooth river rocks that my boy’s gather from the brook on our homestead. I know my children’s toys aren’t possessed by demon’s because they are made by me with love. Plus, they are gluten free!

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    1. Thank you! Can you give me a design and directions how to make home made toys?

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  7. You need a brain if you think that toys cause asthma. Asthma is caused by the lungs closing up and the person not getting enough air. Often times it is triggered by a certain scent or is exercise induced. I have lived with asthma all my life and know for a fact that toys don't cause it.

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  8. Yes God forbid a little boy should play with a doll. Heaven help us all, he may grow up to be a father someday and have to hold his children. For shame at the idea of a little boy holding and loving and playing with a doll. I will pray for all your souls.

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