Noah, my patient baby boy.

Patience is not simply the ability to wait, it’s how we behave while we are waiting.

-Joyce Meyer

Let me introduce you to my sweet boy Noah. When I first envisioned Noah, he had curly light brown hair and dark brown eyes, but as I started making him everything changed. Noah’s eyes started to lighten into a more olive tone and his locks darkened and became more fuzzy. I even thought of naming him Diego, Alejandro, or Javier, but he revealed to me his real name was Noah.

You might argue that there is no possible way that babies can be patient. I would probably agree with you if we weren’t talking about this specific baby. You see Noah had to wait 2 weeks for me to finish his outfit and his little traveling friend, which by the way he was extremely excited to see. I thought I was going to be able to finish this natural baby before going on my vacation but just as it usually happens with dolls, they have their own agendas and requests, so I just couldn’t finish him on time. I explained to him I was going to be back in two weeks to finish his overalls, sleeping hat, and traveling friend. I thought he was going to cry and throw a tantrum, but he didn’t. He looked at me with calm and understanding eyes. I didn’t know his name at the moment but I knew it had to be special.

While I was in Puerto Rico I started his lovey and he was so excited about it I had to show him via FaceTime. I asked my husband to watch for this baby boy as I thought he might misbehave because he was all alone. My hubby said this was one of the easiest babies he had to take care of. I must give it to him, this is the most patient baby ever.

As soon as I got home I went to him right away, just to see how he was doing. I scrunched his hair a little to revive the fuzziness and waited for the next day to start on his clothes. He had the biggest smile and I could almost hear him say thank you while I made his overalls and fixed his hat. But the best part was when I finally finished his lovey. He hugged it so tight it looked like he would never let go.

He named him Pudding, he says it looks like a pudding. They spend hours telling each other secrets. I have no idea what they could be. How many secrets could a baby have?

Noah is a 13 inch natural fibers baby doll slowly made with care and love. His skin is DWE in light brown/mocha color. He has a little birth mark between his nose and right eye. It is a tiny pulled thread, but since it is noticeable, I am discounting 50 dollars of his final price. He’s stuffed with clean carded wool. He’s weighted with glass beads inside a cloth bag in his torso. Actually most of his torso is filled with beads so he’s a little heavier than other dolls his size. His about 650 grams, a little under a pound and a half. His head is very floppy and needs to be supported at all times, just like a real baby.  His legs and torso are one piece but the legs are floppy and can be posed different ways. His arms have been securely attached to his torso and they are very floppy as well for better posing. His face is firmly needle felted and soft sculpted, and his green eyes have been hand embroidered with cotton embroidery floss. Noah’s fuzzy hair is a brown brushable mohair crocheted wig cap. It can be carefully brushed with a dampen brush or fingers. Noah is fully soft sculpted and anatomically correct. This baby boy is not a toy. He is most suitable for gentle play by an older child 7 and up or a collector.

This is the moment where he revealed his name to me. As I was taking this photo above, I tried to call him Diego, he fuzzed and the photo didn’t come out right, then I called him Alejandro and I guessed he moved because the photo came out blurry. I tried then to call him Javier, just like my hubby, the photo came out so dark, I could hardly see him. So I decided to close my eyes and just try to listen, and that is when I heard him say Noah, I then asked “Noah?” as I was taking the photo, and this is the shot I was left with. He is definitely a Noah don’t you think?

Noah will go home with all the clothes you see in his photos.

  • Cloth diaper with a safety pin
  • Blue and gray shirt made from an upcycled newborn onesie.
  • Brown overalls with wooden buttons and handmade buttonholes (this is a new thing for me)
  • Handmade beige shoes
  • Hand crocheted gray bonnet
  • Footed pajamas made from upcycled baby pajamas
  • Knitted hat made from an upcycled sweater
  • Amigurumi lovey bunny named Pudding

If you would like to see more photos of Noah you can check his album

Noah’s adoption fee is 300 USDollars plus shipping. This is 50 dollars less than what I usually sell dolls his size. This is due to his little birthmark on his face. Shipping inside Mexico is free, to the US, and Canada is 33 USDollars and for the rest of the world is 50 USDollars.

If you want to give Noah a forever home make sure you comment on this post stating so. I will take entries for Noah until tomorrow March 2, 2020 at 6pm EST. If more than one person is interested in him, I will draw a name the next day and will contact the new family right away. Once a new family for Noah has been selected, I will send a PayPal invoice that will be due upon receipt.

As always by commenting you agree that you are 18 years or older. Also please do not comment on behalf of anyone else, it is not nice to others.

Noah has found a loving home. Thank you very much!

Thank you for passing by to learn more about this sweet boy. I hope he steals your heart the way he has stolen mine.

Oh and don’t forget about my pattern sale today and tomorrow only. There is a 50% discount on all patterns in my pattern shop.

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