Reborn baby dolls look like real infants
Every little girl likes playing with her dolls. But some adult women take a step further: they collect reborn dolls and even treat them as real babies!
First reborns became popular in the late 1980s. Some artists decided to make high-quality baby dolls look even more realistic and alive, adding more hairs and skin tones to the vinyl toys. The results of their work were highly estimated! The dolls, now called "reborns", found their connoisseurs and such a hobby became extremely popular. Nowadays, the artists call themselves "reborners" and create hundreds of realistic rubber infants to the collectors' delight.
Reborns can show different emotions, just like real babies do.
Extremely realistic and... weird!
Some reborns eat and need diapers! Besides paying big money for the dolls themselves, true connoisseurs have to buy all the baby stuff and even fit up a nursery.
Look at its skin and hair!
Every detail is so elaborated!
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