He told me that the baby dolls had taken their bath and needed to dry off before they could get into their PJ's, and they were tired and needed to nap while he was at school. He said he gave each of them one car to play with when they woke up if they were bored while he wasn't there to play with them. It was so sweet and tender, considering these dolls are normally enlisted in the Air Force, doing flying maneuvers (sans plane) through the living room, or as professional stunt men being hung from the top bunk with pipe cleaners.
The doll on the far right is my own Cabbage Patch doll from my childhood. The middle doll was a garage sale leftover (how we ended up with it is beyond me, it's not ours) that is missing most of it's fingers. The doll on the right is a prop doll that I've used in a couple of productions, and was even featured once as a well-wrapped baby Jesus in a Christmas show (it's the size and weight of a real baby). All of these baby dolls have the same name, according to Ben. They also have the same name as one of his stuffed kitties. It's quite popular in our house! The name, you ask? Why, Soy Sauce of course! He must really like the name!