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Soft Baby Dolls For Infants

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soft baby dolls for infants - Dandelion Pink
Dandelion Pink Organic Toy Baby Doll
Dandelion Pink Organic Toy Baby Doll
Dandelion Pink Organic Baby's First Doll Baby’s First Doll is all heart. Eco-conscious organic velour fabric and natural corn fiber filling are smart picks for your hands-on baby. The durable ponytails are designed for lots of tugging and teething. Plus, pudgy hands can twist and pull without worrying about miscellaneous parts coming free. The detailed stitching and soft pastels are machine wash safe. Why You’ll Love It: At eight inches tall, she’s easy for baby to hold and hug. Age: All ages Features: Machine washable Soft organic velour Stitched details Soothing colors Natural corn fiber filling Low-impact dyes

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[2009/03/02 12:24] Fallon Claymore turned towards her then and walked closer, tipping her head back to look at the slightly taller woman. "Rosie baby, go get your baby doll. Do you want me to open the bookcase for you?" Rose headed for the book shelf in answer and fallon followed, pushing what looked like a doorbell, or light switch beside it. The shelf rolled to the side, and Fallon opened the door behind it. "Go on and play baby." The toddler made a gleeful sound and went down the steps carefully, and disappeared into the grassy play area. Fallon turned, and began making her way back. "I've been sort of... worried about him Triana." [2009/03/02 12:28] Triana Mills frowns slightly at Fallon, watching the child dissapear into the play area before turning her attention back to her. She raises her own chin, seeming to set it stubbornly. But she listened, swallowing down a lump in her throat. "I wish I could say I've given up worrying about him." She sighs softly, reaching up with one hand to tuck her hair back as she carefully rocks the child with the other arm. "Why? What's he gotten himself into this time?" [2009/03/02 12:31] Fallon Claymore reached for Lorelei and if Triana gave her up, she'd put the baby carefully down int he cradle and lift up Isolde, offering the other twin to Triana, saying, "This one Is Isolde." The baby was dressed in soft pale blue, and She opened her eyes briefly to blink at Triana. "He's been here so much... I've enjoyed it. But when he gets angry, the look on his face... It's like he's not there, not in his body. I've seen the expression before, and given that the person it tends to remind me of, it worries me. I was hoping you knew something." [2009/03/02 12:33] Triana Mills gave the baby up, and gladly recieved the other, smiling down at the infant when it looked up at her. "Hey there cutie." She looks back up at her mother shortly after greeting her, a frown furrowing her brow. Her lips purse, and she shifts her weight. "...what do his eyes look like when he's angry?" [2009/03/02 12:36] Fallon Claymore: -/me says quietly.... "They reminded me of Forge. Wild. Uncaring. Cold." She shook her head, "I could be imagining it. It just stops me in my tracks every time I see it." She didn't say she'd set Nanan to be awake during the night, when Alric kept the babies because she was afraid to leave them with him because of those moments. [2009/03/02 12:40] Triana Mills feels an insane surge of anger at the woman's words, her emerald gaze narrowing, glistening in the light above her dangerously. If there was one man she truly hated, it was Forge. But the fact that Fallon saw this in her Childe made her reconsider letting him see the sunlight again. "...he needs help." She turns slightly, glancing out the window as she lowers her head with a sigh. "He needs help badly. He's starting to lose his humanity...perhaps is on the verge of losing it completely." [2009/03/02 12:44] Fallon Claymore watched the look on Tri's face when she mentioned Forge and said quietly, "I rather feel the same way." She was perceptive sometimes, Fallon was. "What do you mean, he's losing his humanity? How can that happen, and for god's sake how do we help him?" She moved back to the doorway, peered into the dim light to check on her daughter. "That's a pretty flower Rosie Posie. Play with your Doll precious." And she'd turn back towards Her daughter and Triana. "How do you help him?" She repeated. [2009/03/02 12:49] Triana Mills sighs, moving to take a seat, appearing as if a thousand years worth of exhaustion had just come slamming down on her shoulders. She continues to rock the child quietly as she speaks, a distant look in her eyes. "Kindred are different from Kine in the sense that the beast inside of us truly is a beast. The damnation of our souls, if you like. If we don't do whatever we can to keep a hold on our humanity...the beast takes over. It's like an immortal, hard to kill wolf wearing your skin. And it has to be put down quickly, or it will kill." She lowers her head, chuckling softly. It was amusing to her how it had gone from how do we help him to how do you help him. But she was used to it. "We can go about it two ways. The kind, loving, gentle way which...may or may not work. Or the stake through the heart spend a week or two being brainwashed way, which may also not work. I prefer the latter at this point. With a stake through the heart, he wouldn't be able to take my head off." [2009/03/02 12:52] Fallon Claymore hadn't mean that You as in Triana herself. Just you as in... Asking, how do you help. Anyone. Her. Triana. Alric himself. How do you help someone who doesn't realize they need it? "He doesn't know. He doesn't know what's happening. He seems startled every time I say something a
Paul's Armor - Detail
Paul's Armor - Detail
A little background on this armor set: The armor's fashioned after that of Takeda Shingen, who was warlord of the Yamanashi area (then called Kai) during Japan's feudal period. Takeda fought Tokugawa Ieyasu for control of Japan in the late 16th century, but he died before completing his conquest. Tokugawa went on to rule Japan and bring an end to 400 years of civil war. Takeda is still a very important figure in Yamanashi. Paul was blessed at Takeda's shrine here in Kofu when he was a month old, as are most babies in the region. Traditionally, the grandparents on the mother's side buy armor, a helmet, or a doll after the boy's first birthday. My mother-in-law gave this set to Paul on his birthday last month. She had also looked at some sets in Tokyo, but in the end we decided we really wanted a Yamanashi connection. In addition to being Takeda's armor, the leather details on the chestpiece and helmet were made by a well-known local company, Inden-ya, which makes accessories out of very soft, embossed deerskin. So it's Yamanashi all the way.

soft baby dolls for infants
soft baby dolls for infants
North American Bear Company Rosy Cheeks Baby Blonde Boy
North American Bear Rosy Cheeks Baby Blonde Boy
Rosy Cheeks Baby is 15" tall and made of soft velour with embroidered facial features, removable cotton jersey knit top, and fleece diaper. Adorable "outie" belly button and lifelike bottom enhances baby doll charm. Toy Tips Trusted and Creative Child Magazine awards. Outfits and accessories available separately.
Recommended Ages: 2 years & up

Rosy Cheeks Baby Boy from North American Bear Company is a velvety soft, plush baby doll designed to help siblings welcome the arrival of their new baby brother or sister. The small details on this charming doll, like the lifelike bottom, embroidered facial features, and small "outie" belly button, enhance its appeal and engage the young imagination of children ages two and older.
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Rosy Cheeks Baby Boy

Ages: 2 years and up

What We Think

Fun factor: 5 starts
Durability: 4 starts
Ease of assembly: 5 starts
Educational factor: 4 starts
Novelty factor: 3 starts

The Good: Charming features are a delight to discover

The Challenging: Small ribbons and tag should be removed before handing to a small child

In a Nutshell: A simple, soft doll that captivates young children

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Rosy Cheeks Baby Boy
Doll includes a jersey wrap top, fleece diaper, and beanie.
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Rosy Cheeks Baby Boy face
Rosy Cheeks plush baby doll helps welcome the arrival of a new sibling. View larger.
Rosy Cheeks Baby Boy hospital tag
Write a name and date of birth on the included wrist band. View larger.
Lovably Plush!

The Rosy Cheeks Baby Boy doll is made of soft, plush velour and features embroidered facial features, a wee "outie" belly button, a lifelike bottom, and tiny ears poking out from beneath the attached newborn-sized beanie. A wrist band allows parents to write in the name and date of birth of the Baby Doll for young children as a way to introduce the concept of having a new baby brother or sister coming home from the hospital.

The large, soft head and long legs and arms of the 15-inch Rosy Cheeks Baby make it easy for small hands to grab and hold. The cotton jersey wrap top and fleece diaper are removable and feature simple Velcro closures to promote the development of dexterity. Small ribbons attached to the top of the beanie and the front of the wrap top should be removed before giving the Rosy Cheeks Baby to a small child.

Delightful Features Await Discovery

The simplicity of the Rosy Cheeks Baby Boy Doll allows young children the opportunity to begin playing with it at an early age. The design of the doll, with a large head and long arms and legs, enables young kids with smaller hands and limited dexterity to hold, hug, and even drag the doll easily. The wrap-around top and removable diaper encourage young kids to explore the Rosy Cheeks doll and to discover delightful features like the lifelike bottom and "outie" belly button. This exploration can be used as a learning opportunity by parents to discuss with their young child the arrival of a new baby sibling.
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Rosy Cheeks Baby Boy plush doll.

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