Monday, June 30, 2014

An 18 inch doll to Foster Better Relations with Disabled Sibling.

In many situations, it is often not the child with disability that needs to be educated, but the people around him. If your disabled child has brothers or sisters, one of the best ways to make your other children understand and be more receptive to their sibling’s plight is to have them care for an 18” doll.

Friday, June 20, 2014

Coping with Autism via Dolls

Autism spectrum disorder, known as simply "autism," is the fastest-growing developmental disability in the U.S. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate the number of children with the disorder at 1 in 68 as of 2010. At 1 in 42, autism is more common among boys.

Thursday, June 12, 2014

My Sibling Dolls Unveils Latest Fashion Line of Boy Dolls for Spring

My Sibling Dolls, producer of uniquely themed boy dolls, introduces its latest model of American boy doll, the My Pal for Baseball, in time for the spring baseball season. The boy doll serves as a buddy for children who have a strong interest in the sport of baseball.

The 18 inch boy doll has brown hair, blue eyes and light skin, as well as soft and pose-able plastic head, arms and legs. Each American boy doll wears a baseball hat paired with a navy blue shirt with a Velcro-like front closure for easy setup and removal, bearing the My Pal team logo on the left breast area. It also comes with a complete set of baseball gear such as black cleats, white socks and a brown felt mitt.

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

My Sibling Dolls Launches Summer 2014 Line of 18 Inch Boy Doll Clothes

My Sibling Dolls is proud to introduce its new summer collection of 18 inch doll clothes for their boy dolls. The bright and trendy clothing line gives children something to look forward to in time for the coming summer season.

The new collection features a wide assortment of mesh shorts, t-shirts, and swimming trunks made from high-quality fabrics. The sporty mesh shorts and unique swimming trunks both have elastic waistbands to fit each doll snugly. T-shirts, on the other hand, are made from cotton knit with a Velcro-like closure at the back for easier setup and removal by small children. The clothes come in several stylish colors and prints, though it may vary depending on fabric availability.

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Tips to Keep a Doll Collection Looking Brand New

More often than not, people purchase dolls so that their children have something to play with. For others, however, 18-inch dolls are valuable collectors’ items. If you fall in the latter category, you definitely want to keep your dolls in mint condition. This is a simple enough task if you follow the following tips:

Lose the Tan

Are you the type of person that likes to display his or her collection? If so, make sure you display your dolls away from sunlight. Direct sunlight is a doll’s worst enemy, as natural lights easily fade the color of a doll’s skin, hair, and clothes. The worst part is that the discoloration is uneven, making it difficult to repair.

Be aware of how the sun changes its movement patterns as the seasons change. If this proves difficult, you can always add treatments to your windows to keep your display area shaded at all times.

Smoke Outside

Cigarette smoke tends to cling onto a lot of fabrics, but doll clothes fabrics absorb the smell like nothing else. Removing the smell of smoke from dolls is very difficult, even for professionals. If you or a loved one smokes, do so outside your home.

Room Temperature

Take care to store your dolls in places where the temperature is regulated, especially if they are made of vinyl and other types of plastic. Very cold temperatures can lead to cracks along the body of your doll, while very warm temperatures can warp and discolor the body.