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Reborn Babies: Stories From Those That Love Them

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Description

Reborn Babies: Stories from Those Who Love them, is a collection of stories from collectors, admirers and parents of reborn dolls across the United States. The book is volume one in a series and is just over 10,000 words long. This book is intended to share the stories of people who are into the reborn movement with others who are also in the movement either as collectors, adoptive parents or artists and to shed some light on what it all means to anyone else who is curious. If you are considering adopting a reborn but want more information on what it is like, this book shares personal experiences of those who have already done so. If you are simply curious about what the draw is to these life-like dolls, you may understand more after reading this book. For those of you that are already reborn parents, you will find others who know why you love your dolls so much and can identify with you through their own experiences. Enjoy reading! Excerpt: “I’m happy to tell the story of my daily routine with Max, my reborn. Max is 20” long, weighs 5 lbs. 4 oz. and is the love of my life…so far anyway. I got him as a gift from a friend when I graduated high school three years ago, and my life has changed for the positive since he came into it. I treat him as a real baby in every way that I can, including diapering, feeding and buying him gifts for his birthday and holidays. I love him just as if I had given birth to him and really have no desire to listen to the detractors. He’s my baby and that’s all there is to it. Our daily routine: I wake up in the morning and brush my teeth, use the bathroom and get dressed, and then immediately pick up Max from the bassinet he sleeps in beside my bed. I give him a diaper change, using baby wipes gently—he has a cloth body. I then powder him just a little, with baby powder, and put on a fresh diaper. I don’t change him too many times per day, but usually at least twice. From there I change him from his jammies he wore the night before into a fresh, clean outfit for the day. He has lots of clothes, and I often take him out shopping with me to buy new things. Just as parents do with their children, I find him special things that I think he would like and add them to my normal shopping list.”

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