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    ISO: A boy baby doll?

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    Have you guys even ever seen one in stores? I am looking for one for Aidan, and I'd like it to be a boy because he's a boy, and the fact that Katrina is getting mad that he is trying to nurse her dolls! lol

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    when I was a kid Toys R Us always had them. Or at least those little sets of a boy and a girl. You could get a set and give one to each of your kids, maybe.

    The Toys R Us by the mall in Annapolis has a LOT of dolls. (you are still here, right?)
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    You could get him one of those dolls that really doesn't have a sex, you know the infant ones. It's not like they have "parts."
    There's nothing wrong with getting him a female doll either though, to him it will just be a baby, you know?
    Good luck! And it's refreshing to see a parent who isn't afraid to buy their little boy a doll! I am so tired of hearing "omg, but he's a boy!" So, kudos to you for allowing your kids to explore all sides of the world!
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    cabbage patch has boy dolls
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    Walmart sells little "adoptable" boy baby dolls... They look like newborns, but come in boy or girl..

    Here's a cabbage patch boy doll
    http://www.walmart.com/catalog/produ...uct_id=8585627


    Baby boy, baby alive

    http://www.toysrus.com/product/index...ductId=2641240

    "Newborn" baby boy doll..
    http://www.toysrus.com/product/index...ductId=2302827

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    My cousin had a "My Buddy" doll he took everywhere when we were little. I think they still sell them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashlee View Post
    My cousin had a "My Buddy" doll he took everywhere when we were little. I think they still sell them!
    My youngest brother had one of those too. That was almost 20 years ago though!

    My son loves playing with my daughter's dolls, though he hasn't tried to nurse them yet He was screaming for a Barbie at Wal Mart the other day.. until we passed Thomas the Tank! I haven't really looked for any boy dolls but I'll look around some more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashlee View Post
    My cousin had a "My Buddy" doll he took everywhere when we were little. I think they still sell them!
    I remember those! I coudnt find them when I searched though.
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    Cabbage patch has boy dolls. I bought both my kids waldorf dolls. (by Moonchild dolls) Jacob has a baby and Darian has a pirate. I like the waldorf dolls better then the store bought ones. http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5043070 she also has a HC cart but has not stocked in awhile http://hyenacart.com/Moonchildhandworkstudio/

    Those My Buddy dolls are freaky looking I don't think they still sell them though they were from the 80's early 90's. Chucky was a my buddy doll. http://dolls.shop.ebay.com/items/Has...QQ_sacatZ15991
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    I just remembered my friend got her son (4 years old) this doll
    http://www.cabelas.com/link-12/produ...7692686a.shtml
    It's very boyish, he's dressed in hunting camo
    Katie- Mommy to Kylee 10-30-05 (loving big sister, Ms. independent, intelligent, princess) and Auriana 09-17-08 (miracle baby with down syndrome, heart defects, hearing impairment, digestive problems, tube fed since birth, but determined to succeed, strong, loving, happy)

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