I have three American Girl dolls. There names are Saige, Kanani, and Josefina.
Saige has red hair, blue eyes, flower earrings, and a broken ankle. Sage broke her ankle by doing a backhand spring on the balance beam. The American Girl doctor (Me) said to put a cast on it during the day and a brace on it during the night. She also has crutches.
Saige, the character, is from Mexico, her grandmother Mimi loves to ride horses (Saige loves to too.) One day when Saige and her grandmother were painting, Mimi went to go get Rambert, her dog, a treat, and she slipped and fell over Rambert, and broke her ankle and her wrist. The fiesta was coming up soon, and Saige's grandmother was going to lead the parade, but since she broke her ankle, she couldn't. So Saige had to, so she practiced, and practiced, and practiced. Finally the parade came up that day, and you can find out more in the books.
Kanani has brown hair, green eyes, a booboo on her knee, and her hair is in a ponytail with stem links in her hair. She likes to play soccer, and she has gotten three goals for her one game and she has been the goalie for two games.
Kanani, the character, is from Hawaii, and she works at a shave ice shop. One day, she went surfing with some friends. A seal came up on the shore, and it was stuck in a hole after the high tide. What will happen next? Find out in the books! (I like leaving the cliff hangers)
Josefina has black hair, brown eyes, gold earrings, and a beautiful necklace her Papa gave her. She likes to knit, and is a very laid back person. She has made me three scarves.
Josefina, the character, Right now she is wearing a lace and fabric dress. She lives in Mexico, and her mom dies. She lives with her sisters and they like to race to the shore for washing their clothes, and the fiesta is coming up soon. Her dad had just gotten back from a trip. You'll have to read to find out what happens next.
Saige is my absolute favorite, because she is so pretty and she likes to ride horses and do gymnastics, like me.
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