Most of the born-again doll collectors and makers assume that reborn baby dolls are not suitable for children because they can damage them and they are really collectors’ stuff (although they occasionally throw small objects and sometimes choke). I do not agree that the reborn dolls are special only for adults and think they should be shared with careful little moms. If your daughter is over 5 years old, really loves her baby doll and cares for them, then a born-again baby will be fine for her. Reborn dolls can be carefully preserved and preserved and nappied and re-nappied.
After investing money to buy such a doll (which will not be cheap) for your daughter – it needs to be explained to her that this is a special baby who needs extra care and is treated like a real baby – (not dragged in a toy wheelborrow park). They generally understand this even from the age of 4, because they look and feel very realistic. Most of the little girls who love their dolls boneka custom take care of them.
Regardless of what you hear the reborn dolls can do a bit of harsh treatment. The body of the fabric is easily repairable and the limbs that may be released from the body are easily reconnected. I suggest that when visitors play and how they handle uncertain dolls, that ‘special dolls’ can show up on a parent’s bed for security. Here they can be visited to ‘show off’ rather than play intensely.
Words of caution-keep them away from dogs-they can chew them up without getting fixed! And the pen is the absolute vinyl enemy-drowned and irreparable. I also suggest that you explain that babies can not get wet, will not eat real food and can not drink water or anything from a bottle.
What is born again?
Newborns with an initial size of 21 or 22 inches are large enough for children under who are told 8 to be handled and I would recommend a preemie-sized baby for this age group. They also need to be given the right weight – not too heavy, enough sand to one third of the limbs, a small bag of glass beads on the body and a smaller head is enough. Also the weight on the head should be lower near the neck – so not too much.
The painted head is a very good idea-making the doll much more affordable and less damaged. Most of the time invested by an artist is attributed to the rooting of one to two hair’s micro head dolls at once. Therefore the head of a painted baby should be much cheaper.
Mohair has a tendency to matting and can be pulled out, so a gentle treatment is needed. If the doll does not have rooted hair then there is little chance that it can be damaged. Dolls with blown glass eyes are more susceptible to damage and may not be suitable for children under 10 years old. More affordable nails are also suitable so that the final doll is more affordable. Besides all this, if the doll is born really your daughter (the urge to nudge the wink) it makes it easier for you to collect it without being asked why you collect so many of them.