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I'm thinking someone here may have had a similar situation. DD is close to 20 months. She loves dolls, but gets incredibly frustrated that they don't have a body just like hers, and I am subjected to lots of "Mommy, doll's shirt stuck! Take shirt off!", etc. Has anyone come across a huggable, not noise-making doll that has all the body parts? And even better, is relatively inexpensive? Thanks.
 

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We have several dolls, including two anatomically correct ones. I much prefer the Baby Bottoms dolls linked to by both tbone and LiLStar. The hats don't come off, though, but the clothes do. We had a vinyl (yuck!) doll that had it's arms and legs come off, too...
 

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Originally Posted by daytripper75 View Post
I know the Corolle Paul doll is but I am not sure about the other Corolle dolls.
We have a Corolle Paul doll. He is cute but I don't recommend him. He is made of a stiff vinyl and is not cuddly at all. His limbs are really hard for my almost 3 year old and 21 month old to manipulate. I actually wish I hadn't spent the money I did on him.
 

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I like the Furnis dolls. Also we have a "mama doll." She's anatomically correct and pregnat, and can birth a baby complete with umbilical cord and placenta. The newborn attaches to the mama's breast to nurse with a snap. If you're interested, I'll look up the name.
 
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