The Guardian

The Guardian 26 Feb 2020

Reborn babies: the women who care for lifelike dolls


A growing number of collectors are cuddling, changing and caring for 'reborns' - individually crafted baby dolls that can cost up to $20,000. For some, it's about rekindling their baby-rearing years. For others, it's about dealing with their own inability to birth real human babies. Despite the finger-pointing from outsiders, it's a subculture that's thriving globally.

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