I know this sounds a bit extreme, but will reborn dolls replace real ones? If you have children yourself, then you know what I mean. Any parent who has stayed up all night with a sick child, then puts on a happy face and goes to work the next day, can relate to this. Joking aside, a doll (no matter how beautiful it is) could never take the place of our children. But creations like these could make your mind wander!
These dolls are so amazing that they are known as reborn dolls – reborn from a craftsman or a manufacturer. They have become so popular lately that even Dr. Phil and 20/20 have made segments that highlight these works of art. Why is all the attention directed to a doll? I think you may agree, if you have seen one of these realistic creations, they are nothing short of impressive. I remember the first time I saw one a few years ago. I tiptoed around the room and even looked for signs of breathing until my friend told me it was a doll. Imagine my surprise (and shock) to discover that what I thought was a precious life was actually a carefully crafted and lovingly assembled reborn doll!
I wouldn’t call this new development a trend, but it started recently, sometime during the 1990s. As the wave of toys and electronic games began to overwhelm us with their perfect digital functioning, some hearts and souls were left unsatisfied with its coldness. built-in. It’s hard to hug a Wii or a PlayStation! It was then that artisans around the world began to produce and add details to these beautiful dolls that we sometimes mistake for live babies.
Reborn dolls do not have electronics, they do not speak and they will never amuse you with some kind of digital screen or video game. They are literally “reborn” from a smaller doll to which many details have been added. Details like the perfect coloring (they also have black and Hispanic babies), perfectly applied hair, and facial details that will amaze even the fervent unbeliever. The dolls that get their name from the process that actually created them almost always bring out the maternal instinct in almost every girl (or woman) who is lucky enough to get one of these amazing dolls.
Since many of these creations are made individually, it is very possible that no two dolls are exactly alike – like your baby! The rarity of some of the more expensive models from well-known artists that sometimes take hundreds of hours to create a perfect baby with plastic, fabric, and paint, can cost up to $ 5,000!
It doesn’t matter if you spent $ 50 or $ 5,000, your reborn doll can be a surrogate child to fill the void in your heart that was created the day your last child grew up and left its nest. Some reading this may think this is a bit silly, but I say walk in my shoes once your kids are grown and moved. I think you can reconsider. Many professional women who never had the opportunity to start a family often have these realistic dolls to help take the place of children who never had.
Today’s reborn doll is a work of art that can occupy your heart and home, and that speaks volumes for something that was considered a mere toy just a few years ago!