Petitcollin Baby Doll for Little Girls

January 20, 2012

Petitcollin is a renowned doll company from France that lovingly makes all of its dolls in France from phthalate-free plastics. Everything this company produces has quality and classic elegance instilled in it. If a little one that you adore is looking for a baby doll to care for and treasure, the Petit Lapin baby doll and gift basket will keep her smiling for months. This 14″ baby doll has a soft body and phthalate-free plastic limbs. She is ready for action and brings with her 16 goodies for your little one to explore. Included in her suitcase are a toy ball, a stuffed bunny, a baby blanket, a baby bottle, a bib, a onesie, a head band, and two complete outfits with shoes. Made in France. Click here to see more!






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