"As Alzheimer's disease progresses, the need to nurture, love and be loved increases." American Assoc Geriatric Psychiatrists
Believable Babies' reborn dolls are quite real looking. They are hand made one by one. Each baby takes between 25 to 40 hours to create and incorporates quality materials to bring them to life. Oil-based paints applied in 11 layers, heat set, and cooled between each layer; soft doe suede body; mohair for hair and lashes, which is micro rooted with a fine felting needle; and micro glass beads for weighting the head and bottom for the feel of a real baby. In the final stages of the process, a scented wafer is folded into the fiber fill of the body for that freshly-bathed baby smell.
Harry is so cute and ready to nap! He is extra special in that he includes a FULL BODIED anatomically correct torso! Please note the body is not all one piece and there are areas where you can see a bit of the cloth body underneath... this is normal in the reborn market. He comes with an extra outfit, birth cert (upon request), care instructions and baby brush. Harry will also have the regular doe suede body underneath the full body torso, if you ever want to go to the soft squishy body. Harry is a 20" newborn. He weighs 5-6 pounds. He is ready to be held and cared for by your loved one. Upon request, we can customize with slight change in skin color, hair color, freckles, birth marks, dimples, etc. Give your loved one this baby to nurture and care for, and so they can name it for themselves!
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We offer these custom babies by special order and they are non-returnable. IF you want to change the hair or eye color please email me within 2 days after placing your order... email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
One can add a pretend magnetic pacifier for their reborn baby doll. We adhere a magnet in the babies mouth and the magnetic pacifier connects with the mouth magnet. THIS IS AN OPTION YOU CAN ADD WHEN PURCHASING A SPECIAL ORDER REBORN BABY.
Please note: NOT to be used by someone who has a pacemaker for their heart.