It can vary depending on the doll. Some can be 300 dollars (which are collection pieces) and others can be 10 dollars or less... depending on how realistic you want it to be and where you purchase it.
It says in the article that high quality ones are usually about $300.
My site has lifelike baby dolls that range in price from $70 to $200.
by Peeples 7 years ago
Do you think companies should make some baby dolls marketed for boys?Since times have changed and it is now normal for a father to care for his child should companies start making little boy baby dolls to market to boys? All the current baby dolls are marketed to girls.
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How Much Does Pet health insurance Cost?
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by susanesmith1980 8 years ago
I think you don't understand the hub pages system. If this is going to be a hub, it needs a lot of work, it's obviously poorly copied from somewhere.
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