The light in a child’s eyes is all it takes to make Christmas a magical time of the year.
69 days until Christmas!!! Yay!!! I am counting, I can’t wait to put up the tree and turn my house into a Christmas wonderland. Christmas brings so many beautiful memories, it just feels like home. Do you also love Christmas? If you do, you will love these sweet babies too.
David and Natalia are my newest Christmas babies and they have sort of a vintage Christmas vibe. I believe the romper I chose for them is what gives them that touch. They loved the romper, especially because it’s so hot in here. You would never know we’re in the middle of fall here. Still I gave them bonnets and booties, because is important they have their heads and feet covered at night, plus I am not sure were they will go next.
Now let me formally introduce you to the babies.
First we have Natalia. Natalia is a little shy baby who is attracted to mostly everything but toys. Don’t you hate that? I swear, toilet paper is more exciting than a doll to her. Oh well, too bad, I still made her a little snowman plush that I’m sure she will trade for anything you’ll give her. ha! Natalia loves finger games, all choking hazardous things she can find (you need to watch her), and hazelnuts. She loooves hazelnuts.
Natalia is a 12 inch baby girl. Her skin is Heavy Weight Laib Yala in light brown. Her blue eyes have been hand embroidered and her hair is a hand crocheted big loop mohair wig cap in brunnet. Her blushing was made with a red beeswax crayon and is not permanent. She is a natural fibers doll, filled with clean wool. Her head has been made in the traditional Waldorf style with some needle felting to make it firmer. Her clothes have been made with cotton fabrics and wool blend yarns. This baby doll is pretty floppy and very fun to pose.
Now baby David. He’s also a little shy but will get used to you very quickly. He’s also a much easier baby to handle. He gets pretty attached to his toys and he sleeps with his snowman baby every night. Unlike his sister, David doesn’t mouth his toys that much and when he does he’s totally fine with big teethers and toys that are big enough. David loves to be read in a calm voice. It doesn’t really matter what you read, it can be a cookbook really as long as you use a soft calming voice, he will be mesmerized with you. He dislikes loud noises and his favorite food is graham crackers. We make them with Agave instead of honey. You know, until he’s old enough to have honey.
David is a 12 inch baby boy. His skin is Heavy weight Laib Yala in red brown. His black eyes have been hand embroidered and his hair is a hand crocheted big loop mohair wig cap in black and brown. His blushing was made with a red beeswax crayon and is not permanent. He is a natural fibers doll, filled with clean wool. His head has been made in the traditional Waldorf style with some needle felting to make it firmer. His clothes have been made with cotton fabrics and wool blend yarns. This baby doll is pretty floppy and very fun to pose.
The babies will go home with the following clothes and accessories:
- Handmade romper with hand embroidered detail (Pattern by Dear Little Doll)
- Handmade diaper with snap closures.
- Hand crocheted bonnet
- Hand crocheted booties
- Handmade pajamas (Pattern by Meadowfinch)
- Linen and cotton snow man traveling friend
The dolls are made to be strong and sturdy and for play by children. However, there are snaps on the diapers and a button on the romper that can turn into choking hazards. If you are planing to give this doll to a small child and would like me to change the snaps and button for velcro, please let me know. I will gladly change them.
You can see more photos of the babies in their album.
Each baby’s adoption fee is 330 USDollars plus shipping. Shipping inside Mexico is free; to the US, PR, and Canada is 13 USDollars. Other countries will need a revised quote.
If you would like to adopt one of them, make sure you comment on this post stating the name of the baby doll: David, for the boy, and/or Natalia for the girl. If you like them both, 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 Monday October 18 at 3pm CDT. Remember comments are only visible to me.
Once a family has been chosen I will send a PayPal invoice that is due upon receipt. Dolls adopted on Monday will be sent on Wednesday.
Thank you for passing by to learn more about my babies. I hope you like them very much.
Read you soon,