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Rated 5 out of 5 by ImAProudMama Just my opinion
I was so excited when I found these dolls on your website over the summer that I bought one at a yard sale. I was slighly disappointed but my daughter liked it so I recently made a larger purchase secondhand along with the wardrobe. We play with the "dollies" together nightly thus I am able to form my opinion. Here are my disappointments: the hair is hard to comb, some of the clothes, shoes and hats don't stay on; they fall off, the arms need to be in a down position in order for some of the clothes to snap on. The wardrobe is very cute however it is difficult to stand the doll under the light and the drawers seem to fall out easily. Since these things don't bother my daughter, I gave it a good rating because after all, it is a toy for a toddler not an adult.
December 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by adoptmama Perfect doll for little hands!
I bought this for my daughter's 2nd birthday. What a surprise how well made and fun this little doll is! The clothes were a little challenging to put on/take off at first for her, but she soon got the hang of it. She especially loves the hat and shoes that she can put on and take off. Gabriella's hair was surprisingly silky and soft. My daughter loves touching it and learning how to brush it. I have been so impressed by this doll that I plan to buy more soon!
May 24, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Brneyesu Great preschool Doll
I purchased this doll for my 23 month old grandaughter and she loves it. It is the perfect size for her little hands, and she is able to take the clothing off and on by herself. It is great for developing her fine motor skills. Her physical therapist was quite impressed with this toy because of its versatility in teaching fine motor skills as well as descriptive words like "on, off, etc." The snap on clothing is a soft plastic and, very easy to work with. Beside the fact the facial expression and details are darling. Very reasonably priced, can't wait to purchase some more outfits and accessories.
August 19, 2011