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  1. Wow, I’m loving the vibes! I have clients who feel the exact same way; boys should be able to play with dolls as well and explore their nuturing side! I couldn’t agree more, it’s definitely time to catch up! Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and personal experience as well as these beautiful photos :-)

  2. wendy browne says:

    These are all so sweet! I have a son after raising two daughters and he’s shown much more interest in playing with dolls and cute things than they did.

  3. Love, Love, love.
    We have a five-year gap between our oldest son Thomas and his first little brother.
    When I was pregnant, I was terrified that my son would accidentally hurt his new baby brother. So we bought him a doll.

    “Cody” helped Thomas practice holding, loving, and helping with gentle hands. He took Cody everywhere.

    At 24-years-old he still has Cody, but alas he loves the dolls’ severed arm more than the doll itself. He likes to hold it out when he offers you “a hand”.

  4. Thank you for this post! My son is 2 and is your average rough boy. I think getting him a doll of his own might help us teach him not to hit or pinch. These pictures are adorable!