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    My ds loved pushing a pram too and we found his stuffed bob the builder doll was great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hokey Pokey View Post
    You can get boy cabbage patch dolls..?
    True, though I think they would be a bit out of my price range (shame, I love me a cabbage patch!).

    His birthday is on Sunday and we've already bought his presents. The doll would be an extra so I don't want to spend too much!

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    Default Re: Choosing a doll for my 2 year old DS

    Quote Originally Posted by Kooglekat View Post
    I'm in perth so not much help in the end sorry! But hopefully if you find a large educational type toy shop that also supplies to playgroups and the like, they will have something similar?
    I'm in Perth and am looking for a darker skin tone doll for my DS, can you please tell me which store you went to?

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    The Playroom, in Osborne Park

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    Quote Originally Posted by Degrassi View Post
    True, though I think they would be a bit out of my price range (shame, I love me a cabbage patch!).

    His birthday is on Sunday and we've already bought his presents. The doll would be an extra so I don't want to spend too much!
    What about pre loved? Try Ebay, Gumtree, buy and sell pages on FB

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    my mum bought my DS a 'baby'...it was from bigw, the tinkers brand. its pretty cute and he loves it! He's nearly 4 and it was so he'd leave his baby sister alone. we called his baby 'jessica' and he changes her nappy, puts her to bed and breastfeeds her. she sometimes sleeps in his bed and her bed is next to his like my DD's bassinet is next to my bed.

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    I'm a little excited...I chose a doll!

    It's a Miniland Educational anatomically correct Asian boy doll.

    Picture below. I bought him online

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaspat24 View Post
    my mum bought my DS a 'baby'...it was from bigw, the tinkers brand. its pretty cute and he loves it! He's nearly 4 and it was so he'd leave his baby sister alone. we called his baby 'jessica' and he changes her nappy, puts her to bed and breastfeeds her. she sometimes sleeps in his bed and her bed is next to his like my DD's bassinet is next to my bed.
    There's something just way too cute about a little one breastfeeding a doll

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    Quote Originally Posted by Degrassi View Post
    I'm a little excited...I chose a doll!

    It's a Miniland Educational anatomically correct Asian boy doll.

    Picture below. I bought him online

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    Hey I've seen those ones in the shop! Very un-creepy! They also have real 'bits' when u pull down the knickers

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    Love the miniland dolls. I've bought DD a Hispanic girl for when she gets older. I figure anyone else that buys her a doll will purchase a Caucasian one as that is what is readily available in majority of shops.


 

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