Lifelike Baby Dolls for Girls
Shh, you don't want to wake this collectible lifelike baby girl doll. She's so peaceful - and look! She's breathing! In fact, if you place your hand against her little tummy, you can even feel it moving gently up and down. She's the very picture of innocent dreams!
This remarkably lifelike So Truly Real® vinyl baby doll was designed by acclaimed doll artist Waltraud Hanl exclusively for Ashton-Drake. She's beautifully handcrafted, with soft RealTouch vinyl skin, hand-applied hair and lashes, even tiny fingernails and toenails. She arrives in a delicate, floral-print baby gown, matching cap, and a little diaper. Collectors everywhere are sure to be captivated by this little dreamer, so don't wait - order now!
This collectible lifelike baby girl doll from Ashton-Drake's exclusive So Truly Real® line of dolls features:
- A remarkably lifelike So Truly Real vinyl baby doll, designed by acclaimed doll artist Waltraud Hanl, available only from Ashton-Drake
- She breathes! A mechanism inside creates a gentle breathing pattern that you can see and feel, makes her even more realistic
- This collectible lifelike baby girl doll is superbly handcrafted, and designed to lie in your arms just like a real baby, with RealTouch vinyl skin, hand-applied blonde hair, delicate eyelashes, and carefully applied fingernails and toenails
- Hush, Little Baby comes to you dressed in a delicate, floral-print baby gown, matching cap, and diaper
- Certificate of Authenticity
- Measures 18" long
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