Cuddle baby Jamie |
By Phyllis Schomaker
18 inches (45.7 centimeters)
Jamie is a non-gender specific cuddle baby. He/she is 18 inches long and weighs a hefty 7 pounds 6 ounces. He/she has an armature inside so that the arms and legs can bend into desired positions. He/she is an excellent therapeutic doll to give comfort for people with a variety of conditions.
This baby is dressed as a girl here but could easily be a boy depending on the clothing.
Jamie is made from a Lilly head by Bountiful Baby with a custom-made cloth body and ¼ vinyl limbs. He/she has rooted ginger red hair which can be combed and styled. His/her eyebrows are rooted and he/she has lovely long light brown eyelashes. Jamie has a magnetic pacifier and comes home with a sealed nipple bottle and recipes for fake formula. Alsco included are the clothes pictured, some diapers, and a soft cuddly blanket.
Please read the description and examine the pictures carefully. I do not accept returns.
SMOKE FREE PET FRIENDLY HOME.
File under: supercuddlyreborn beautifulgirlcuddlebaby therapydoll therapyreborngirl
I accept PayPal, or email me to arrange for a Walmart money transfer.
ALL SALES ARE FINAL. No returns. Please read carefully and examine the pictures to be sure you understand what you are buying. I am happy to answer questions.
All international sales will involve additional separate shipping costs. I will send a Pay Pal invoice for the exact shipping costs before sending the baby.
$175.00 USD (approx. 175.00 USD)
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Even as a child, I LOVED dolls...but only baby dolls. I wanted to grow up and be a mommy to a rainbow assortment of babies...of all different races and colors. Blondes, red-heads, Native Americans, Chinese, African American, etc. would make up my family. Of course, at six, I didn't understand how this could possibly be accomplished. I only knew that all babies were beautiful, and I couldn't possibly choose only one.
I grew up, had children and then grandchildren. Now I have found a way to have a rainbow collection of babies. I LOVE making reborns and I have a collection made to look like my own grandchildren...and they will NEVER grow up on me.
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