The Last Doll
The Quinceanera Doll, also known as the Last Doll, is one of the traditions of the Quinceanera ceremony. In some customs, the young lady receives a Last Doll as her last childhood gift. In other customs, the Quinceanera Doll represents the last things of a child now that the Quinceanera will focus on the things of a young lady, and to symbolize this, the Quinceanera passes on her Last Doll to a younger sibling.
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The Last Doll
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