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    Default Re: Help me buy a doll!

    Oh yes and waldorf! They're more expensive, but worth it. Quality over quanity anyway.

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    Thanks everyone! I love the idea of the Waldorf and handmade dolls but given DDs history of completely ignoring anything that isn't a block or doesn't rattle I think I'll go a relative cheapie for now! I'm starting to worry I may have a little tomboy on my hands...

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    I bought a friends little girl a cute Cabbage Patch doll recently for her 1st birthday. They make soft ones for younger children. I got it in target and it was only about $20 from memory. She loved it!

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    Tiger tribe do a nice soft doll and Alimrose as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaybaby View Post
    I like these "lots to cuddle" babies - there are quite a few different ones, and not just in pink for once! I buy them for my nephews and boy babies. The have a soft body, but a solid head, hands and feet. Life-like without being freaky! They are available at Target and I'm sure other places too, and are well priced. If you do a google Images search you will see what I mean..I love the bath ones too...
    As an example -
    http://shop.target.com.au/lots-to-cuddle-babies-huggable-asian-doll-white-outfit

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    My now 2 y/o has a very similar doll and she loves it. Bubba goes everywhere with us. She gets dragged outside, down the slide, on the trampoline, in the sandpit. She is often snuck into the washing machine while DD2 is asleep and popped back into the cot still a bit damp. I like it because she has a soft body and is a bit more cuddly than a plastic baby doll.

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