Wasn't Michael Jackson the first to do this Marianne :) Looks quite odd to see so many :)
What a funny set of windows, Marianne. One is really decorated, and one is really crazy, hanging the dolls from the railing....I'll assume they are dolls and not real kids.
Oh goodness, they have those same little children dummies over here too! You see them all the time, especially at car shows where their faces are hidden!
Oh, those are peculiar! I remember a trend that had been here for awhile with lifesized dolls with no faces that mimicked a very shy child. You'd pose it against a wall or a door.
Dearest Marianne,Weird is the only word! It for sure would have caught my eye as well but it makes one wonder more about the occupants of these homes; what kind of message do they convey here?Hugs,Mariette
That is weird. I think we can call it kitsch.
That is fun. Maybe more will catch on and start a trend.
It is eye catching and a little odd, but then people are allowed free speech and the opportunity to express themselves.
Ha ha - great idea (and yes, I'm sure we've all had those thoughts when our children were young ;<)Thank you for your kind words on my blog.Fijne vrijdag, Marianne.
When I saw the fall vegetables hanging, I thought they were still celebrating Halloween?? Odd, yes, you betcha, eh.
Eye catching for sure!
ha, the building would look kind of plain without these adornments.
Oh my goodness! It makes me wonder what it looks like on the inside.
Oih my goodness ... and hih. This is a great idea. But I think that child welfare authorities do not like the idea. :)