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Dolls for Boys in Honor of Celebrate the Boy!

I’m really excited to share some big news with you today.  I’ve been selected to contribute to Celebrate the Boy over at MADE.  If you haven’t stopped by MADE you gotta check it out, it’s chock-full of inspiring projects and gorgeous photography… seriously, go now – I’ll wait.

Ok, now that you’re back you know that they’re once again doing a whole month of projects dedicated to boys. The fun starts today and lasts until March 15th – isn’t that a great idea?

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Blabla Doll Otto the Rocker

I’ll have lots more on my role in the celebration coming up.  For now, I thought I’d help kick things off with a collection of dolls suitable for the little guy in your life.  After S was born I saw how much C liked the baby dolls everyone got her and realized he needed a doll or two of his own.  I went on a hunt and found a surprising number of options (all of which I’m sure little girls would also enjoy).

Liam Bobby Bug at may*lo originals.
As usual, click through for the goods and let me know if I missed anything.

 Beasts at Debi van Zyl.
Newt handmade by Owl at Little Scout.

 

Repurposed softie wool crazy critter stuffed animals made to order at looploft.


Owie Doll Sean at ikat bag (via ohdeedoh).


Snooshy dolls (via Babyccino Kids).


 

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dana February 15, 2011 at 6:18 am

These are all so cute! What fun/cool/boyish toys! great roundup Steph. We’re excited to have you on later in the month! :)

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Bernadette {Chic Spaces for Little Faces} February 15, 2011 at 11:05 am

These are great!

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SmartBear February 15, 2011 at 11:16 am

I LOVE this!
Best,
Tina

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kristin February 15, 2011 at 12:41 pm

yes! coming from a group of friends that is known to give american girl dolls makeovers to turn them into boys, awesome.

i grew up with my brother having his “joey” doll with him all the time. he’s one of the greatest men ever.

: )

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coolkids February 15, 2011 at 3:28 pm

great post Steph! I have a 19 month old that carries around barbies. LOL. Stop by for an adorable giveway today from mee a bee! thecoolkidsblog.com

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