Raven Doll Review
This week I'm really happy to be reviewing Target's Our Generation new boy doll Rafael!
Rafael is pretty special because he's the first ever Our Generation boy doll. He's not, however, the first boy from Battat, the company who makes Our Generation dolls. In the 1990s, Battat had another 18" doll collection called Collector's Lane Kids, which included one boy doll and four girl dolls. Read more about Review: Our Generation Rafael
This year My Life As has two more School Boys, this time in a bookish or preppy theme, as opposed to the sporty/ urban theme of last year's boys. I was able to pick up the blond boy this week to review. Read more about Review: My Life As School Boy (Blond)
Actually, when I originally began this review, I only had the Caucasian doll. But I held off completing it until I tracked down the African American doll to get a more complete review in the end. Good things come to those who wait. Read more about Review: My Life As School Boy
After years (probably decades) of American Girl fans asking for a boy doll, AG has released their first "American Boy," Logan Everett. It feels a bit like the old best friend doll days with Logan's debut, as his release accompanies AG rising country music star Tenney Grant, whose backup drummer happens to be--you guessed it: Logan Everett. Read more about American Boy Logan Everett Review
The release of the Deluxe Basic dolls trailed the My Imagination Starter dolls by about half a year, so to see them going out at last is a welcome sight.
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