This is something that has been discussed over on one of the Swedish forums I'm on, and I find people's answers interesting and sometimes frightening. Either way, do you think there is such a thing as having too many dolls? Personally, I have never felt that I have too many, even when I've had over 20 of them at home, mainly because all of them have a place to fill, a role to fill, a character and a name and a purpose of "living" with me. The only times I've felt there's been too many in my home are the times when I haven't bonded with a specific doll. But once I have sold that doll and am certain that it will have a good home with its new owner, I never feel like I should sell the rest because I have too many. I feel it's a very individual thing, from person to person. Collecting something doesn't always mean you have to have as many as possible, but it also doesn't mean you can have too many, right? Think of stamp-collectors, in the sense that you really can't have too many stamps (my dad collects them and thinks like this). But, even though I don't feel like there is such a thing as having too many, more than when you feel it in yourself, I'm interested in hearing about what you think.