We have been flat out on the website this afternoon and when I was reading through the news, I came across this article.
Frantic rescue effort saves doll, not baby
“FRANTIC police smashed a window to rescue a seemingly unconscious baby
from a locked vehicle in Queensland last week only to find it was
an extremely lifelike doll.
The embarrassing mistake, made in regional Gympie, is not an
isolated incident and passionate creator of the “reborn” baby dolls
Vynette Cernik knows just how easily they can be mistaken for the real
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I came across this article written by a lady named Joyce Moreno.
She has been making dolls and anything to do with dolls for over 50 years. Joyce goes into detail on how she started reborning back in the 1980’s.
Its a great read and its good to know how it got started and the different ways people react to the dolls.
We have been so busy over the last few days and have found that most of our visit were from the UK. So, hello to everyone in the UK. I had to go and google uk tv Reborn dolls and I can across this article: Parents struggling to cope with losing a baby are easing their grief with replica dolls of their lost children. Experts make them look identical to a child that has died, and weights are placed in their limbs and bodies to mimic the way a real baby would feel to hold.