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

    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!
    My ds has a mini cabbage patch doll which he carries everywhere with him. They are much smaller then the normal cabbage patches and come in different colors. There use to be a green one which was kind of boyish ..my sons fav is the pink one though.they have them hopfully still in target and toys rus for about $15 I think. Hard head but soft body. Google cabbage patch cuties..thats what they are called I think they are just adorable. Also id try letting him pick one. Good luck and hope you find one thats not too freaky looking

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  3. #22
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    Feb 2013
    I see you've already a chosen a doll but for anyone else looking in the future, I recently bought my DS (21 months) a Baby Stella Sam doll. I found it after reading rave reviews from other mums online. It has a magnetic dummy that DS is a little obsessed with and he absolutely loves it. So glad I went with this one after seeing so many scary looking plastic dolls!

    I found it was cheapest to order him from Amazon - under $35 with postage!


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