A B C, easy as one, two, three..
Let me introduce you to my ABC babies. They are toy dolls made for both children and collectors alike. If you buy this for a child you should know that Amir is the only one suitable for young children if you take off his socks and hat. Bao and Dalia are good for children 5 and older that do not mouth their toys. They are all named in alphabetical order of birth. I hope you like them as much as I do.
Now A is for Amir. Amir is a sweet baby boy only 10 inches tall. The first one to be born and the only one with embroidered hair. Amir loves trucks and books. You may find him going through your library every now and then. He can’t read yet, but he loves to turn the pages and he’s actually pretty gentle with books. He hasn’t broken any yet.
Amir’s skin is Laib Yala in a red brown color. His body is made with cotton interlock and is lined with cotton interlock as well. He’s filled with clean carded wool. His head is made in the traditional Waldorf style with some needle felting to make it firmer. The head is not floppy. His limbs are all sewn to his torso with a sewing machine so they are pretty sturdy but also very floppy. His black eyes and hair have been hand embroidered with cotton and wool. He wears a fully lined with wool blend felt blue and light brown bonnet with velcro closure and stripped blue and white socks. He has a bunny lovie he will travel with as well. Amir is suitable for young children only if you take off his hat and socks. If you keep the socks and hat he is suitable for children 5 and up that do not mouth their toys.
B is Bao. Second one to be finished and our Asian baby girl. She has upward slanted dark brown eyes and I love them very much. Bao loves snails, crabs, hermit crabs, just anything that has a shell. Well she actually loves shells on their own too. She plays with V’s collection of shells almost every day. I think she needs her own collection too. Bao is suitable for children 5 years and up mostly because of her mohair hair, bonnet, and socks.
Bao’s skin is Laib Yala in a light brown color. Her body is made with cotton interlock and is lined with cotton interlock as well. She’s filled with clean carded wool. Her head is made in the traditional Waldorf style with some needle felting to make it firmer. The head is not floppy. Her limbs are all sewn to her torso with a sewing machine so they are pretty sturdy but also very floppy. Her brown eyes have been hand embroidered with cotton DMC thread. Her hair is a black wild brushable mohair hand crocheted wig cap that can be gently brushed and styled. She wears a fully lined with wool blend felt blue and pink bonnet that ties under her chin with pink ribbon and pink socks with white polka dots. She has a bunny lovie she will travel with as well.
C is for Ceiba, I wanted to show you this sweet girl, however she’s not available for adoption because she was already claimed by a close family friend. She’s as sweet as can be and loves to watch birds fly. I’m happy she’s going to be living with a loving, wild but gentle little girl.
D is for Dalia. Dalia was the last baby girl to be finished. Dalia is a builder, she loves blocks, legos, and even food cans, anything she can build something with is great for her. She also loves the smell of incense and likes to sit near it so she can catch the smell all over her body. I need to always keep an eye on her because I don’t want her to accidentally touch it and get burned. Dalia is suitable for children 5 and up that do not mouth their toys.
Dalia’s skin is Laib Yala in a dark brown color. Her body is made with cotton interlock and is lined with cotton interlock as well. She’s filled with clean carded wool. Her head is made in the traditional Waldorf style with some needle felting to make it firmer. The head is not floppy. Her limbs are all sewn to her torso with a sewing machine so they are pretty sturdy but also very floppy. Her gray eyes have been hand embroidered with cotton DMC thread. Her hair is a dark brown big loop mohair hand crocheted wig cap. Her hair cannot be brushed. She wears a fully lined with wool blend felt pink and yellow bonnet that ties under her chin with yellow ribbon and stripped colorful socks. She has a bunny lovie she will travel with as well.
Each baby’s adoption fee is 100 USDollars plus shipping. Shipping to Mexico is free and 13 USDollars for the rest of the world.
If you would like to see more photos of them you can see them in their Album.
Priority shipping is 30 USD for the US and Canada. Priority shipping to other countries would need a revised quote. If you would like priority shipping please let me know before hand so I can adjust the shipping price. If you would like to adopt any of these babies, make sure you comment on this post stating the name of the baby doll: Amir for the brown baby boy, Bao for the Asian baby girl, and Dalia for the black girl. Ceiba is Not available for adoption. If you want more than one, make sure you write the names in the priority you would like them. If there is more than one person interested in any of the dolls, I will draw a name. I will take entries for these babies until tomorrow Sunday October 25 at 5pm CDT. Once a family has been chosen I will send a PayPal invoice that is due upon receipt.
By commenting you agree that you are 18 years or older. Please do not comment on behalf of someone else, that is just not fair for others.
Only baby Dalia is now in my shop for adoption.
Thank you for taking a look. I hope you like these little babies.
Also wanted to tell you that my pattern shop is not on Etsy at the moment. You can check my baby dolls’ patterns in my Big Cartel shop now.
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4 thoughts on “ABC Babies”
I would like to adopt Bao, please!
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Baby Amir is so beautiful. That is the name of my grandson, this doll looks just like him too. It means Prince. I’ve just lost my grandson to adoption, so painful..
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Oh, I’m so sorry. I can’t even imagine what you are going through. Much love to you and your family ❤️
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