I received the doll today. I am so excited! I do need to clean up her bonnet a bit as it is dirty (the seller did say that it needed some cleaning).
[pinit] I am looking for a special doll that my grandmother purchased for me the day I was born.
The doll looks very similar to the 60’s pink bunting musical doll that you have posted. The doll was wearing a similar fuzzy pink bunting outfit. She has what looks like a cap/bonnet on her head that is white with a pink rosette pattern with white eyelet trim. Her hair is blond and looks like it is made of yarn. Only a tuft of it comes out from the front of the bonnet (supposed to be her bangs I think). Her body was soft cloth and her head/face was plastic or vinyl. She was a musical doll that wound up, and her head would move gently as music played. I do not know what music it played.
I want to find her, or a similar doll, for my 8 month old daughter. I am assuming that she was an Eden doll, since they look so similar. If anyone has any info it would be great if you could point me in the right direction to finding her.
Thank you so very much!
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Originally posted 06/07/2009