Newborn Nursery Baby Dolls
by Laurie Frisch
Teaching children that babies are more special if they are purchased by you rather than born to you should ensure the adoption industry a market for babies well into the future. When there is a large market for babies and few real orphans, exploitation of naïve young mothers and poor families occurs.
Marion, IA (PRWEB) September 14, 2004 -- The Middleton Doll Company recently announced that its Lee Middleton Original Dolls Subsidiary will expand its Newborn Nursery® Adoption Centers into five additional Saks Department Store Group locations. The new centers will be located in Parisian stores in Rochester Hills, Mich. and Alpharetta, Ga., a McRae's store in Sanford, Fla., a Carson Pirie Scott store in Lombard, Ill., and the Boston Store at the Mayfair Shopping Center in Milwaukee.
The Newborn Nursery® with all the dolls lined up must look enticing to little girls. The babies are described as anxiously awaiting a loving home. A prospective adopter is encouraged to choose a doll that looks like her and to reject a doll that does not meet her idea of perfection. She fills out an application which is quickly approved. Then the prospective adopter puts on a hospital gown and the store assistant, dressed as a nurse, gives the baby a check-up.
Will the adopter be rescuing a baby from a bad situation or a drug-addicted mother? Not likely. According to the announcement these are healthy babies: Once the nurse determines the baby doll is healthy enough to be adopted, the parent-to-be is able to hold her new baby doll for the first time.
After the prospective adopter is given baby-care instruction, the doll is placed in her arms and a photo taken. The adopter receives a falsified birth certificate on which is written the baby name she chose, a falsified date of birth (the date of adoption may be used), and her own name as having given birth. Later, when the adoptee becomes suspicious and questions it, the photo of the adopter wearing the hospital gown while holding the baby will give credence to the lie that it was the adopter who gave birth. Before the transaction is complete, the adopter may be encouraged by the nurses words You are such a good mommy.
Newborn Nursery® dolls sell for only $99.99, far less than a real infant who may be purchased from a lawyer or adoption professional for tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars in United States.
Absent from the Newborn Nursery® are the babies mothers and the original birth certificates. Will any little girl think about this? Perhaps the mention of awaiting a loving home provides the desired inference - it must be that the mothers of these healthy-looking adorable babies didnt even want them.
In reality, all infants who are adopted must be born. They have a true birth certificate which includes their own name lovingly chosen by their real mother if she was permitted to do so.
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