Sunday, March 8, 2009

Dora grows up


I was reading abcnews.com. I came across a very interesting article. Apparently, Dora is growing up. Her "new image" will be released this fall. I'm on pins and needles waiting for her big reveal. This reminds me of an episode of What Not to Wear...



Did anyone else notice how short Dora's skirt is?!

I just thought this was sorta crazy and I had to share.

6 comments:

my stay-at-home-momma drama said...

I heard instead of a backpack she's going to carry a knock off, pleather Louis Vuitton purse. Oh yeah, and she's ditching Boots and will be exploring around with all her baby daddies. What a hooch! The first episode . . . Dora gets her nails did.

3 Little Snaps said...

OK that cracks me up big time! I am so glad my girls are all way over Dora..well maybe not because now they are on to Hannah and ICarley!

Mary said...

Too bad Emma's Dora days will have to end. I mean really! Are Bob the Builder and Wendy finally gonna get-it-on in a PBS kids after school freakin special??

"Coming up, on a very special 'Max and Ruby'.....they battle homelessness due to excessive deforestation as a direct result of corrupt Enron executives and big oil. Stay tuned."

Bee and Rose said...

What the heck? Cat is really into iCarly right now. Although if she's this new Dora, she may end up a Dora fan again! Yikes! I'm just getting her to speak English again! lol!

(your sister's comment was hilarious!)

Jennifer Heilbrunn said...

I can see it know. Dora will only weigh 15 pounds and think she is fat. Everytime Boots eats a banana she will watch him and drool

Anonymous said...

What is wrong with Dora growing up. Ain't our kids growing up? First off that is not a short skirt it is one of those long shirts, where you where tights under. So she has on a long shirt and tights. Don't ya'll girls where the long shirts w/ a pair of tights? I thought so. The girls are into Hanna Montana & High School Musical, I Carly, etc.. They don't learn anything for them shows, but ya'll still let them watch it. So why not let them watch Dora growing up; they will be learning a higher level of Spanish and learning different things. As long as they keep the regular Dora for the younger kids. What is the problem?