Have you or would you share a doll with your friend or claim them as your own? I'm not talking about stealing a doll (obviously, that is wrong!) but maybe going in with a friend to buy a doll or trading dolls back and forth frequently to "visit"? Example: Between my friend and me, the entire 'story" is made up between our dolls. Hers complete my characters' stories, mine complete hers, and a few wouldn't even exist without hers and vice versa. It's not just about the characters, but we kind of share the dolls too, frequently mailing them back and forth to each other, and treating each other's dolls as our own. I don't think any differently about taking one of her dolls out and about or doing basic maintenance (cleaning, brushing wigs, velcroing a wig, adjusting a loose eyelash, etc) than I do on my own. It's not unusual for one of us to buy or make something for the other's doll just because the doll needs it or it would look good on him. In the end, my dolls are technically and legally still mine, hers are still hers, but we'll often refer to them as our own. (like, I'll claim her BBD Waltz, even though he's technically NOT my Waltz; we have an OT baby doll that is my character, but her doll, but staying at my house) On some specific dolls, we've even agreed to let the other know first if we decide we want to sell the doll, giving the other the first chance to buy the doll and character. So.... Do you or would you share a doll by splitting the cost (true dual ownership)? Do you or would you share a doll by letting someone else choose a character for your doll, or by creating a character for theirs? Do you or would you share a doll by creating your own character for your own doll, but relying on another person to "complete" the set and letting the doll stay with them as much as he/she stays with you? (or by having their doll at your house/trading off) If you do share a doll (in any form), are there certain guidelines you won't cross (something you'd do with your own but not theirs)?