Christmas isn’t a season. It’s a feeling!
Christmas is almost here! So I’m getting ready for it. We haven’t put up the tree yet, but we started taking out ornaments and all decorations to sort them out. I had a lot of help from my littles ones and these two Christmas loving babies. They had so much fun going through it all. They even broke some things, nothing important though. We are just waiting for Día de Muertos and after that I think we can start decorating. Too early? I don’t think so.
Now let me introduce you to my new babies Einz and Elena. They are ready fro Christmas as you can see. They have their Christmas pjs and their Christmas party dress. They even got a special little plushie to sleep with on Christmas eve.
This is baby Einz, she’s s little older than Elena, only by a day. Her name was inspired by a 2 year old Thai girl I just saw a documentary about. If you are interested the documentary’s name is Hope Frozen and I cried my eyes out watching it. So you have been warned.
Einz is a curious little girl that loves to sing and dance. She loves Christmas lights and cookies. She doesn’t sleep much at night but takes many naps during the day. She will let you sleep though, even though she’s awake during the night, she seems to entertain herself watching everything around her. I keep a night light in the room, so she’s not in complete dark. Every now and then when I wake up, I can see her either looking around or playing with her reindeer in her basket.
Einz is an 11 inch baby girl. Her skin is Heavy Weight Laib Yala in light brown. Her brown eyes have been hand embroidered with DMC thread, and her hair is a hand crocheted wild brushable mohair wig cap that has been hand sewn to her head. You can gently brush her hair. Her blushing was made with an orange/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 but has also been needle felted to make it firmer. She can bend her arms at the shoulders, elbows, and wrists. She can bend her legs at the hip, knees, and ankles. Her head is wobbly and can tilt to the sides, front, and back.
Elena is the shy one. She seems to be scared of everything and everyone. She will need some time to warm up to you but once she does, she will get pretty attached very quickly. She will want to sleep by your side, sit with you at the table and make you play with her at the park. She will only say hi to the people that you say hi to. The only kid she plays with right away is Einz at the moment, but I am sure when she gets to know her new family, she will do the same with her new brothers and sisters. Elena is excited about Christmas but is also scared of Santa. As long as you don’t make her sit on Santa’s lap, everything will be ok.
Elena is an 11 inch baby girl. Her skin is Heavy Weight Laib Yala in red brown. Her blue eyes have been hand embroidered with DMC thread, and her hair is a hand crocheted big loop mohair wig cap that has been hand sewn to her head. This style of hair cannot be brushed. 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 but has also been needle felted to make it firmer. She can bend her arms at the shoulders, elbows, and wrists. She can bend her legs at the hip, knees, and ankles. Her head is wobbly and can tilt to the sides, front, and back.
Each one of these girls will go home with the following clothes and accessories:
- Handmade cotton and linen sleeve blouse. (Pattern by Meadowfinch)
- Handmade cotton diaper with snaps.
- Handmade cotton bloomers
- Handmade tights
- Handmade shoes. (Pattern by Meadowfinch)
- Handmade bow with clip
- Hand hat(Pattern by Mamachee)
- Handmade footed sleeper (Pattern by Wild Marigold)
- Wool blend felt reindeer plush.
Even though these dolls were made as collectible pieces, they are also made to be strong and sturdy and for play by children who do not mouth their toys. However, there are snaps and buttons on the clothes. These could all turn into choking hazards or be dangerous to children.
You can see more photos of these babies in their album.
Each baby’s adoption fee is 390 USDollars plus shipping. Shipping inside Mexico is free with Standard registered mail (It can be upgraded at the customer expense); to the US, Canada, and PR is 30 USDollars through Mexpost (Mexican Priority Shipping). Other countries will need a revised quote. If you would like your doll to be sent with a private courier with full insurance let me know so I can give you an accurate quote. Custom taxes and fees may apply and they are the costumers responsibility.
If you would like to adopt one of them, make sure you comment on this post stating the name of the baby doll: Einz for the light brown girl with brown slanted eyes, or Elena for the red brown girl with blue eyes. Make sure the email you enter is your PayPal one and don’t forget to write down the country the doll will be sent to. 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 Monday October 31, 2022 at 3pm CST. Remember comments are only visible to me.
Both babies found loving homes.
Thank you for taking the time to look at these two Christmas cuties. I hope you love them ad much as I do.
Read you soon.
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