22 Oct How I created an “American Boy” doll for my son
Note: This post was written in October 2015. At that time, American Girl did not offer any 18-inch boy dolls. In February 2017 they introduced one to their product line. While I’m happy to see that, I’d like to give credit to the courageous startups like Boy Story and Wonder Crew who did the hard work of testing the market and paving the way the past couple of years ahead of American Girl. Not to mention all the resourceful parents like me who found DIY soulutions. And the Etsy sellers who create custom dolls and high quality clothing for boy dolls. You are the real rock stars!
My 6-year-old, Miles, had just two items on his birthday wish list:
American Boy doll
I wasn’t surprised to see a doll on his list. He has an older sister, and they play together every day. She loves playing superheroes and various sports with him, and he loves playing My Little Pony and American Girl with her.
A year ago, when my daughter turned 7, she received one of American Girl’s popular “Truly Me” dolls, customized to look like her. My son, naturally, wanted a doll that looks like him, too. Trouble is, there are no 18-inch “American Boy” dolls available.
Companies like Target may be moving toward gender neutrality in their toy aisles, but the trend has yet to trickle down into specific toy brands, especially dolls.
So I decided to take matters into my own hands. I’d give a girl doll a makeover to resemble a boy (but not just any boy…. my boy).
First, I scoured eBay and Craigslist for a used 18-inch doll. It had to be in excellent condition, and it had to resemble my son with his platinum hair and blue eyes. I searched for “American Girl” and “Pleasant Company” (American Girl’s parent company) as well as “Madame Alexander,” another company that makes quality 18-inch dolls. It didn’t take long before I found a Madame Alexander doll on eBay for $25. If I looked past the hot pink lipstick and hair bow, I saw the spitting image of my son:
When s/he arrived, I grabbed some scissors and started snipping away at the hair. Madame Alexander dolls have an advantage in that their hair is finer and easier to cut and style. American Girl dolls have wigs, which you can pry off and replace with a boy wig, available from several sellers online. (Note: You can also buy a brand new American Girl doll without hair by calling AG customer service.)
Next I used acetone to remove the doll’s lipstick and blush, and I trimmed the eyelashes. I found several Etsy sellers who make 18-inch boy doll clothes, and bought a cute Spiderman outfit that I knew my son would love.
In all, I invested less than $50 and a couple hours to give my son the doll of his dreams.
Miles named his new buddy “Fred Jones.” Sort of looks like a Fred, no?
Audrey ButtersPosted at 04:00h, 22 October
love, love, love this! And Fred looks JUST like Miles. Nice work!!
Hilary AndersonPosted at 04:09h, 22 October
Magic. It’s what moms do!
Princesa XzavieraPosted at 09:31h, 22 October
Hi there. I’m in South Africa, and saw this post via facebook. I absolutely love it!
Becky KandyilPosted at 12:17h, 22 October
Looks just like him!
SaraPosted at 13:12h, 22 October
They look like a perfect pair. Miles and his “Fred.” You are an amazing mom to make this birthday wish happen for him.
MariaPosted at 13:32h, 22 October
Thank you so much for sharing your ideas.. Fred looks just like him! You’ve given me the confidence to tackle my own AG & AB projects.
ShannonPosted at 13:49h, 22 October
CaitlinPosted at 16:19h, 22 October
I LOVE this post! Miles is so awesome, and so are you for crafting his dream!
KimberlyPosted at 18:11h, 22 October
identical to the real boy.amazing! i want to make one!
JohnPosted at 18:50h, 22 October
This is awesome! What a great idea!
Misty BelcherPosted at 19:48h, 22 October
I love this! I’ve searched all over for a boy doll for my almost 3 year old, I bought him one from the cabbage patch dolls website but it doesn’t really look like him, but they only had about 3 different boy dolls to choose from
Katherine RPosted at 21:45h, 22 October
I love this! It really of the spitting image of your son.
Jody @ Mommy MomentPosted at 22:06h, 22 October
I absolutely LOVE this. Way to go mom!
Sandra LaflammePosted at 22:58h, 22 October
Oh my goodness, I absolutely love this! Thank you for sharing!
RosePosted at 23:22h, 22 October
This is very creative. I bought my nephew a boy doll many years ago. Do you remember the “My Buddy” doll? They were very popular back then
Gina DeMillo Wagner (@writerGDW)Posted at 03:09h, 23 October
I do remember “My Buddy!” My brother had one and I think I played with it more than he did. 🙂
ReneePosted at 00:10h, 23 October
Totally adorable! I have a few boys would love a doll like that!
Deva DalportoPosted at 04:37h, 23 October
This is perfect! My son has a boy doll as well and he adores him.
Hilary CranePosted at 10:54h, 23 October
This is awesome! American Girl really should get on the bandwagon, there must be a market for this and little additional cost to them really.
MargotPosted at 10:56h, 23 October
Really really love this. And what an adorable photo of your son and Fred. <3
Kristi NorthcuttPosted at 10:58h, 23 October
Thats an astonishing likeness. Well done! And is Fred Jones named after Fred Jones , member of the Scooby Doo gang, by any chance?
Gina WagnerPosted at 21:09h, 23 October
Thanks, Kristi! And yes, he is named after Fred from Scooby Doo. My daughter named her AG doll Daphne, so it seemed appropriate. Ha!
CrayonPosted at 12:42h, 23 October
Wow! This is so fantastic, you really did a great job. The resemblance between the doll and your son is uncanny.
LaurenPosted at 13:13h, 23 October
I LOVE this!!! And you did such a spectacular job..:Fred looks just like your son!
KimPosted at 13:50h, 23 October
Wow- that’s great! You did an amazing job, and Fred looks just like your son 🙂
Kelly KPosted at 14:42h, 23 October
I love this so very much! ☺ My son plays with his older sister’s my little ponies and dolls all the time. We have not gotten an “American Doll” yet as we feel she is still a touch to young to properly care for it. But it is a plan for the future. I hope in the next few years companies will be more aware and bring out more boy dolls. <3 Thank you for sharing your story and you found the right doll for him. They look like twins.
PAppelPosted at 14:47h, 23 October
Wow! You are mother of the year.
MelodyPosted at 15:21h, 23 October
Great work! That doll really does look JUST like your little boy.
DalePosted at 16:13h, 23 October
Sweet, what a fun project I always loved when my daughter would have something on her Christmas list that didn’t exist yet !
TinaPosted at 16:32h, 23 October
Such a great idea and a perfect doll. My son has frequently asked for an AG boy doll too. Love this!
EmpPosted at 16:42h, 23 October
This is amazing!!!!! Your son is a very lucky boy!!!
HolliePosted at 17:50h, 23 October
Brilliant!! And he looks just like your son!!!
DianaPosted at 19:08h, 23 October
LOVE THIS!!! My nephew ( the only boy with 3 girl cousins) had a my buddy doll that he loved but it was so big and hard to take places with him. I wish I would have thought of this awesome idea for him.
KeirPosted at 20:30h, 23 October
I absolutely love this doll!! My son is six and this doll looks just like him, even the Spider Man shirt. Any chance you’d be willing to make another one???
Evangeline BPosted at 00:13h, 24 October
Excellent Mother!!! My brother has a boy cabbage patch (the popular doll at the time) kid when we were kids!
AnnPosted at 00:39h, 24 October
Wonderful work, Mom!
I thought (had heard) that American Girl doll had planned to make American Boy dolls?!
Francis WalmsleyPosted at 11:44h, 24 October
Amazing. What a thoughtful and creative mum. I love this story. Hopefully toy manufacturers will take note. Clearly there is a market for boy dolls.
Lois F. NewayPosted at 16:26h, 24 October
You are a good Caring Mom and very inventive..May God Bless u and your family…
Tina PenningtonPosted at 16:53h, 24 October
I bought my son a boy bitty twin doll when he was five, he absolutely loved it, named it AJ short for Aiden Junior after his baby cousin born the same year. My sister was appalled at me buying him a doll but he still loves it to this day evem though he is ten, taking it out to play with his little brother who is 2.
alicia gomezPosted at 18:54h, 24 October
Only a mother would go out of her way like this. Love it. Great job mom!
NataliaPosted at 19:03h, 24 October
this is what amazing moms do!!! They both look awesome
Susan (5 Minutes for Mom)Posted at 19:35h, 24 October
This is the cutest thing ever… you are an awesome mom and that is a fantastic doll!!!!
Lacynda MathesPosted at 20:07h, 24 October
Very cute! Free Jones is Fred on Scooba Doors btw., who the doll also resembles. He just needs an orange ascot.
Mark MandelPosted at 23:27h, 24 October
This is amazing, a wondrous piece of work in the conception and the execution. I wish my dear late wife could have seen it. She was a doll collector, specializing in Madame Alexander, and sewed many costumes for her dolls. I’m going to send the link to this post to her doll club.
Gina WagnerPosted at 00:05h, 25 October
Thanks for your comment, Mark. It’s nice to hear your wife would have loved it. I collected Madame Alexander dolls as a child (the small historical figures). So fun!
I’d be honored if you shared my post with the doll club.
Barbara AshtonPosted at 01:34h, 25 October
I was already loving this article but when I discovered your son had named his doll Fred Jones, well, that made my day. You see, that was my lovely dad’s name x x x
Wonder CrewPosted at 02:23h, 25 October
Love what you created, Gina! Check out Wonder Crew, a new line of Crewmates (aka dolls) that combine the adventure of an action figure with the emotional connection of a favorite stuffed animal. Think “My Buddy” for the Z generation. http://www.wondercrew.com
It’s time we expand play options for all kids, regardless of gender.
Gina WagnerPosted at 19:34h, 27 October
Thanks for sharing this! I had not seen Wonder Crew before. Such a great idea.
Tourette's talesPosted at 09:20h, 25 October
fantastic idea, both my sons have boy cabbage patch kid dolls, my six year old wouldn’t be without his.
Aida MaldonadoPosted at 12:41h, 25 October
Wow you did an amazing job!!! My 2 yr old would live this. I just may have to do the same!
Charmed by ArtPosted at 15:23h, 25 October
How utterly fabulous! You gave your son more than just a doll for his birthday. And what a striking resemblance!
Tania UlloaPosted at 18:43h, 25 October
Thank you for posting!!! What a brilliant idea…kudos!
DebsPosted at 05:39h, 26 October
So adorable, nice work Mumma!
Whitney FlowerPosted at 06:24h, 26 October
What a wonderful idea and such loving determination! My hats off to you Mom! They should most definitely make more Boy dolls for boys. I think the time has arrived for a toy market that’s gender neutral and without prejudice! Thanks for sharing!
Kimberly YatesPosted at 13:28h, 26 October
This is great! Thank you for sharing!
HeatherPosted at 14:17h, 26 October
My little guys played with a boy baby doll that was my brothers when he was a kid thirty five years ago. He did not want it because his wife said her boys would never play with dolls. I thought that was silly because boys grow up to be daddies a lot of the time and I never saw harm in letting them have a pal wander around with them fixing pretend broken appliances, fishing, cooking a snack in the play kitchen for the girls’ tea party, or watching them read a book. I think the idea of a male version of those dolls is great. You did a wonderful job.
Piper MauroPosted at 14:52h, 26 October
Where did you get the clothing
Gina WagnerPosted at 16:53h, 26 October
There are some adorable options on Etsy if you search for “18-inch boy doll clothes” or “American Boy doll clothes.” Hope that helps!
MomoPosted at 19:16h, 27 October
There’s a pretty big secondary market for 18 inch dolls and I’m a member, as is the woman who created some of the clothes Fred had on. If you want to know more I’ve left my link where you can message me.
Gina WagnerPosted at 19:23h, 27 October
Thank you! Etsy sellers: Please feel free to link to your shops in the comments. I know a lot of people who are DIY’ing their own boy dolls who would love to see what you’re making. -GIna
AnnePosted at 16:11h, 26 October
This is the cutest! Awesome work!!
JamiPosted at 01:52h, 27 October
I just saw this on the Today’s Parent Facebook page. The doll really does look so much like him, this was such a great project!
JessicaPosted at 02:13h, 27 October
I love this ! My son has a twin sister and an older sister and he loves big sister’s AG doll. His twin has been promised one for her 6th birthday and he would love one too, but would also want a boy doll. I think I’d make a mess of it trying to do this myself – I’m not at all crafty. If you ever decided to make another one I’d be happy to pay for the doll and your work!
Mike WardPosted at 16:30h, 27 October
SO gratifying to get to the photo with Miles and the doll! I laughed out loud and plan to feel happy all day. Great mothering!
Alex BPosted at 19:07h, 27 October
You are such a wonderful mom. Love and Hugs!
CarolinePosted at 19:31h, 27 October
If you are looking for other clothes that would fit your son’s doll, check out HeritageClothesline.com
They’ve got lots of cool career outfits, like this astronaut suit!
Gina WagnerPosted at 19:33h, 27 October
That’s amazing! Love the detail. Thanks for sharing.
Heather Davey FuscoPosted at 21:22h, 27 October
The smile on your son’s face as he holds his doll is EVERYTHING. Bravo, mama, bravo.
Karen JarmanPosted at 23:10h, 27 October
Love this and I’m going to do it for my Grandson’s .. You go Mum!!
Susan Pinto SchuettenbergPosted at 03:23h, 28 October
Nice job! I did this for my own son 15 years ago using an AG doll that was ordered to look like him. I tried to get AG to cut the hair but they would not. I cut it myself- also found that many of the AG ” girl clothes” were gender neutral. He and his sister played with their dolls for hours. I still have it!
Kelli GrovePosted at 04:26h, 28 October
This is fantastic!
MMPosted at 09:44h, 28 October
I’ve been a lurker for years, and thought that the little boy holding a doll in my Facebook feed really looked like Miles 😉 I love your writing, by the way!
I have b/g twins, and I know I’ll be facing a similar situation in a few years, so thank you for this!
chrissy reneePosted at 11:49h, 28 October
Great job. If he wants more boy dolls My twinn makes custom 18inch boy dolls to resemnle your child also
Sandi FelchPosted at 16:13h, 28 October
What a great idea! Lots of little girls grow up to be the Mamas of little boys, too, so this wouldn’t necessarily be for boys only.
Amanda O.Posted at 16:28h, 28 October
Hi Gina! I would love to use two of the images (the doll before and after) in a post I am writing on how awesome it is that you took the step to create this doll for your son. Please let me know if this is ok! 🙂
Sandi BodnarPosted at 17:10h, 28 October
You get the mom of the year award!! Love it!
LPosted at 17:53h, 28 October
So, so cool. They look very cute. Are there some superhero outfits in store??
JoLynPosted at 18:05h, 28 October
Wow! Kudos to you! He looks identical to your son!
Jessica LambertPosted at 18:36h, 28 October
Love this. My 3 year old takes care of his doll day & night as if it were his first born.
AlisonPosted at 19:02h, 28 October
My son wept when his sister’s AG doll showed up 20 years ago. “Where is my American Girl Boy??”, he lamented.
We ordered a doll of Today with his hair and eye colour, and a red t-shirt, jeans and sneakers. We took him to the hair dresser, who said he’d never done a sex change before.
He got his doll, and he loved him.
Danny used to climb the apple tree with my son, where they would spend many happy hours. The trouble was, Danny needed to be hoisted. So I went to a local outdoors store for webbing, buckles, a carabiner, etc. in order to make it possible to climb farther with Danny,
The guy at the counter said, “Just a minute”, disappeared, and returned some time later with his manager, who told me in no uncertain terms that the improvised harness was not safe enough to use on my child. I had to promise repeatedly that this was for a doll, not a child.
Danny is in a trunk awaiting the arrival of the next generation of towheaded tree climbers in our family,
Brenda GourlayPosted at 19:47h, 28 October
All I can say is awesome! Fred is a a perfect resemblance for your son Miles.
You are an awesome mom! This is something he will always remember.
Great job, Mom!
Meghan phillipsPosted at 21:37h, 28 October
Fred (great name, by the way!) and Miles are both adorable! He must have been so excited when he opened his present! Wonderful job making his dream come true!
Maryanne LPosted at 00:14h, 29 October
I just love this! good job Mom! When I saw the pictures of your son I instantly thought of this ‘boy’ doll … ironically called Myles! http://myfriendhuggles.pixafyhosting.com/my-friend-huggles-myles-doll-special-edition
They’re a great little company – I’ve already put away a doll for my daughter!
Xochitil OronaPosted at 03:07h, 29 October
Thank you so much for writing such a perfect article on this subject. I’m especially greatful for your brilliant and fearless idea in converting a girl doll into a boy doll! You moved me to tears. I’ve been passionately fighting for this for years, so much so, my FB friends and family saw you article and sent it to me.
I have three boys. Twins who are now 8, and a 6 year old boy. When my twins were 2, I like you searched for custom made dolls. I figured, if they can customized a doll, they could customize it to look like a boy. Well, I discovered they couldn’t. But, I did find a set of Bity boy Twins from American Girl. (Which worked out perfect, because I had twins and needed 2 dolls.) They were the only company online that sold a boy doll. Bity Twins look like toddlers, which was fine when my boys were toddlers, but they’re now 8 and 6 and would like the larger 18″ doll. Here’s where my luck ran out.
When my 3rd son turned 2, I bought him his own Bity Twin. The Bity twins only come as a set. So, I gifted my son’s Bity Twin to a friend.
Like I said, my twins are now 8, and my youngest son is now 6. Making our boy dolls 6 years and 4 year, and very loved with crayons, pens and dirt marks. I went to the Palo Alto, Stanford mall American Doll store to take their dolls in the be cleaned. My boys were so excited to run through the store, and search for a new outfit for their dolls. They soon discovered there were only two outfits to select from a store the size of a large Bloomingdales. The only boy dolls in the store, were the same Bity Twin dolls they owned. My 1st twin son asked, “Why weren’t there more boy dolls?” My second twin asked, “Why can’t they call the store American Kid?”
I wrote my boy’s complaint in their complaint department, I spoke to a manger for an extensive amount of time about our disappointment, and I wrote a letter directly to American Girl.
I never heard a response.
Hopefully, with your act of ingenuity, CEO’s of toy companies take a serious and quick act and remember babies are born female and male. Hopefully, by next Christmas we will see boy dolls on toy shelves.
Terry ManesPosted at 03:29h, 29 October
I love this idea! I have been looking for a quality brown, curly haired boy doll with green eyes for 21 years! My Moms doll cabinet has dolls representing all my children except my son. I too scoured EBay! I bet I could make my own too! Never liked the feminine boy dolls on the Internet. And curly hair is hard to find!
Kellett Anne BentleyPosted at 09:45h, 29 October
Your son is lucky to have you. 🙂
Lauren McKillopPosted at 13:50h, 29 October
This is amazing!!! What a wonderful mother you are! Made my day!
Ed BolandPosted at 13:54h, 29 October
You are an incredible Mom! (I know because I’m married to an incredible mom)
My wife and I had the exact same problem, so we went ahead and made an “American Girl” for boys- the HeroBoys. They are coming soon, you can check it out at http://www.heroboys.com.
Kara BurganPosted at 15:15h, 29 October
I just saw the article about this doll on People mag’s website and I’m so excited to show it to my son tonight. He’s 7yo and LOVES dolls! He got the American Girl doll of the year for his recent birthday and we took him to the cafe for a birthday lunch, plus he got to spend some birthday money in the store. He was in heaven! Everyone in the store treated him well and he didn’t care that he was the only boy shopping in the store. But I wish American Girl would realize boys love dolls too and not just market to girls. It actually has confused my son – he’s at times said that he might be a girl because he likes dolls. And that’s because every piece of advertising says that girls play with dolls – not boys. It’s very frustrating. So, hats off to you for encouraging your son’s love of dolls and let him know he has a fellow doll-loving boy in the DC area. 🙂
Robyn SorensenPosted at 15:16h, 29 October
Hi I saw your story on people.com, just wanted to say Bravo, Gina DeMillo Wagner! Thank you for posting this story and for the helpful tips on creating a boy doll. My son is 7 and has a big sis – the same goes in our house, they play together so well, but he always asks me, “how come they don’t make boy dolls that look like me mom?”. Your ingenuity and creativity are a breath of fresh air!
KimPosted at 16:06h, 29 October
This is fantastic! My son will be turning two in a couple weeks, and I’ve been looking for a boy doll to get him, and have been very disappointed that in 2015 its hard to find a non-girly doll. I think it is just as important for boys to embrace their nurturing side in play as it is for girls to have building block and trucks. This is so perfect, I may have to make it a DIY myself.
Andrea GardnerPosted at 17:26h, 29 October
Love this! You did a fantastic job!
My son, whom is now 13, wanted to enter an American Girl contest and was told he wasn’t allowed because he is a boy. When told by the company that it is to empower girls he replied, “You can empower girls AND boys by treating them equal. Isn’t that the point? Equality?” They never responded.
Ever since, and this was several years ago, he has been writing historical stories about “American Boy” in order to create an equal balance. 🙂
Joanne PeirsonPosted at 17:49h, 29 October
You are an amazing mom! Thanks for doing such an awesome thing for your son. Keep up the great parenting!
KKPosted at 18:10h, 29 October
I stumbled across this while trying to find tips on restoring the hair of my daughters AG doll. She got a restored one from a relative and was disappointed because the hair didn’t look as nice as the ones she saw in ads. Then the next day I saw the people article
I am so impressed with the haircut you gave Fred. I spent the whole time working on my girls doll afraid I was going to ruin it You’ve given me some inspiration to be bolder about projects.
I also love what you said about your approach to your kids toys. I was a tomboy and I had such a hard time when my oldest child who is a girl went full on for girlie culture as a preschooler. I was much more comfortable when my boy went for the same stuff when he hit preschool. I turned out that the intense period was something they went through, and they still both love to dress up, but it’s no longer a focus. I felt the same way when my daughter bought her first lego friends set, and relaxed when my son did the same. I’m coming around to see that as long as they’ve got broad choices, and we promote the idea that they can make their own choices they’re fine.
Victoria DawkinsPosted at 08:10h, 30 October
Hiya, you can easily restore dolls hair with fabric softener.
Have a look at this link to see how:
Terri WilliamsPosted at 18:31h, 29 October
Hi Gina! It’s Terri, your old neighbor from Erie. I always knew you were amazingly clever and creative, but you have outdone yourself this time! Fantastic! Let’s hope doll manufacturers pay attention. Btw, how did the kids get so grown-up? My love to you, Chris and the kids.
Gina D WagnerPosted at 15:56h, 30 October
<3 Thanks Terri!
Laurie RaineyPosted at 20:41h, 29 October
My son has The twins and a girl doll. I love this Idea. I’m all in. My younger brother (now 36) had A “My Buddy Doll” and loved him so much. Ps. He is now a 6’3′ 250 lbs. and a Police officer with a huge heart. Boys need more dolls for sure!
David in TorontoPosted at 22:28h, 29 October
You Go, Mom! You’re awesome. What a wonderful think to do for your son.
In the early 1970’s I got a boy doll as a gift from a Norwegian visitor. They’re pretty common in Scandinavia.I I absolutely loved it. I imagine the market would be very good for a start up.
Mary KuliveovskiPosted at 22:52h, 29 October
Gina I applaud you and all the parents in support of this wonderful gift you created for your son, and I am hearing your comment.. “She loves playing superheroes and various sports with him, and he loves playing My Little Pony and American Girl with her.”, as an anthem breaking through the barrier of gender associated toys.
I run a collector’s group here in Oz that hosts our annual Halloween Doll Extravaganza in Melbourne which was just on last Sunday, where I had a great conversation with a dad who brought his 8 year old son to find dolls for him. I revere parents like you that understand children just want to play; without the stereotypes governed by company and marketing executives that brand toys as gender and age specific.
Kathleen StevensPosted at 00:47h, 30 October
Great work mom! For another great toy option for boys promoting positive values check out the HeroBoys http://www.heroboys.com.
Raymond WigginsPosted at 01:20h, 30 October
Wow, just saw this on my local news station and I had to come here and say something. This was a great story, and you Ma’am are a great mother. The look on your little boys face just says it all. As parents that is look we all want to see on our children’s faces. I can’t say this enough, well done.
Pam DanielsPosted at 02:53h, 30 October
Omg mom that is one awesome looking boy doll it looks just like you handsome Miles….
HaleyPosted at 03:48h, 30 October
We let our boys play with his sister dolls. So often he is taking care of his babies. I think it will help him be a better dad later on. I remember my brothers both playing with my Barbies with me and I would dig in dirt with their trucks. We all turned out okay! Thanks for being a great mom.
Eva WebsterPosted at 15:45h, 30 October
All I can say is awesome! Fred and Miles they are twins now
TaraPosted at 18:05h, 30 October
Nice job! And that doll looks exactly like my son too!
TaraPosted at 18:06h, 30 October
Place Under The PinePosted at 23:26h, 02 November
Great job Gina!
Just have to say thanks for blogging about this. We had the same problem last Xmas. Our six year old son only wanted one thing, a boy version of an ‘American Girl’. After finding out there were none we made our own too – see what we did http://theplaceunderthepine.blogspot.ca/2015/01/what-do-you-do-if-your-little-boy-wants.html
Your doll looks great, and I love your son’s reaction.
CelinePosted at 23:12h, 03 November
Vert Nice ! Congratulations fromage Britany in France….
CelinePosted at 23:14h, 03 November
Sorry… Very nice. Congratulations from France.
Rebecca BPosted at 06:22h, 18 November
That is awesome. One year my son asked for the bitty twins- both boys, one with dark hair & eyes like him, and the other blonde & blue eyed like his best friend. 😊
Kirsten MiaPosted at 11:48h, 19 November
Awesome. This is great.