Madame Alexander GOING TO GRANDMAS Huggums 12" Doll 28955

Madame Alexander GOING TO GRANDMAS Huggums 12" Doll 28955

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A nurturing doll from Madame Alexander's Huggums Collection.

Going to Grandma's Huggums is the sweetest 12 inch baby doll with blue eyes and light brown painted hair. She has a huggable cloth body with limbs and a head made of high-quality vinyl. Going to Grandma's Huggums is dressed in a pink linen coat and matching footed pants. Her coat, with a full skirt, has pink and green embroidery on the center-front and off-white lace at the wrists. Her Peter Pan collar is embellished with floral embroidery and white lace trim. A pink linen bonnet with white linen ties and a folded back, white linen brim with an embroidery accent completes this baby's outfit. Part of the Baby Alexander Collection. Suitable for ages 2 and up.

Madame Alexander baby dolls are great for all ages.

Through the Alexander Doll Company's history, the tradition their company has celebrated most is the passing of the love of dolls from mothers to daughters and even granddaughters. Their soft bodied baby dolls make great starter dolls for any small child or toddler, but also capture the hearts of those beyond the years of pretend tea parties and nap time.

A doll offers many things for a child... it's so much more than just a toy. Dolls play a big role in healthy child development.

  • Empathy And Compassion: Role playing with a doll teaches a child how to express their feelings and how to process emotions such as compassion and empathy.
  • Communication: Healthy communication skills develop when children play together with dolls. By communicating with others, their language and vocabulary skills are strengthened. Also wen a child is exposed to new situations, they learn new things. They learn that home life and routines may be different for others and allows a child to learn more about the world around them.
  • Motor Skills: Changing their clothes and playing with dolls in general provides a child with the opportunity to develop and greatly improve their motor skills.
  • Responsibility Taking care of a doll allows a child to learn responsibility and how to care for others.
  • Social Skills: Dolls teach the importance of sharing, language skills and how to interact socially with others when playing with other children. They learn how to get along with others nicely and communicate.
  • Imagination: Of course a child's imagination is engaged with doll play allowing a child's mind to broaden and discover new ideas.