The Our Generation Dolls and AG dolls are basicly the same size, can use eachother's accessories, and can wear just about all of eachothers clothes. The biggest difference between the two brands of dolls is their hair. The AG doll has good quality hair where as the OG doll's hair gets matted more easily and seems to be a bit more difficult to take care of. I thought about how well my twins take care of their dolls (dolls get hauled all over, dragging heads on the floor, hair gets mussed up quickly, and baby brother pokes at their dolls) and figured that the Target Our Generation Doll would be the best option for my 6 year olds at this time. A trip to Target to look at the dolls and their accessories was all it took to convince my girls not to spend their money on an AG doll!
Now that their dolls are home, the next thing my girls did was make me a laundry list of outfits that I need to make for them! Funny how my girls overlooked all the doll outfits at the store and just assume that I will make them all! lol! They want their dolls to have flowergirl dresses just like my girls wore for a wedding they were just in, they want skirts, and crocheted hats.
The first task I took on was the hats. I took my existing crocheted hat pattern which I created and altered it a bit so that it would fit onto the OG doll. My girls were estatic to see that I put together hats that matched their own!