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RealCare Babies are designed for use in classrooms or parenting programs, so they are generally sold in multiples, including packages of five, 10 or 25 babies. These “Total Parenting Experience” packages also include software, curriculum, diapers, IDs, baby wardrobe, bottles, care cards, wristbands and more.
In addition to the standard RealCare Baby, which helps potential parents practice caring for an infant, Realityworks also offers RealCare Pregnancy Profile Simulation, RealCare Drug-Affected Babies, RealCare Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Babies, RealCare Shaken Babies and CPR Babies.Learn more about Dolls
"Reborns" are dolls that are made to look and feel like real infants. These dolls are often made with vinyl or silicone and flesh-colored paint. Their hair is usually made of mohair. Some doll makers add eyelashes, veins, nails and saliva to make the dolls look realistic.Full Answer >
A baby doll crib can be made simply and cheaply by covering a shoe box lid with fabric and filling it with a fabric-covered foam mattress. This can make the perfect addition to a doll's house, or simply be a place for children to lay their favorite toys down to sleep.Full Answer >
The doll Barbie has had many different friends since she was introduced in 1959. Her oldest friend is Ken Carson, a doll that was introduced to the line in 1961. In 1963, Midge Hadley was introduced as Barbie's first female friend. Other early Barbie friends include Christie, the first African-American doll in the line, and a British teen named Stacey.Full Answer >
The first Barbie doll debuted on March 9, 1959, at the American Toy Fair in New York City. Ruth Handler, co-founder of toy manufacturer Mattel, developed the doll earlier that year after she noticed her daughter Barbara preferred to play with paper dolls modeled after adult women.Full Answer >