The dolls each have their own name and are either boys or girls. The dolls have a mouth so they can suck their thumb. Rubens Barn dolls are great to cuddle as they are soft and lovely.
Table of contents
- 1 This makes Rubens Barn special
- 2 Different kinds of Rubens Barn dolls
- 3 Rubens Barn baby
- 4 Rubens Barn Kids
- 5 Rubens Barn Cutie
- 6 Rubens Child Ecobud
- 7 Rubens Barn dealer
- 8 How to wash Rubens Barn?
- 9 Rubens Barn doll clothes and accessories
- 10 Doll clothes for Rubens Barn Cutie - cute summer clothes
- 11 Winter clothes for Rubens Barn Cutie
- 12 Dining set - for Rubens Baby
- 13 Other popular toys
- 14 Krea doll carriage - time for role play
- 15 Hoppeko - hop hop hop!
- 16 What is Rubens Child?
- 17 Good for children with special needs and dementia
- 18 Choose from many different
This makes Rubens Barn special
- All dolls are handmade
- Cute details, like eyelashes and freckles
- Available in several skin tones
- Each have their name
- Are either boys or girls (and what belongs to)
- The dolls have a weight in them, so they feel like a "real" child
- Are incredibly soft to hug!
Different kinds of Rubens Barn dolls
There are several different kinds of Rubens Barn dolls. Here we have written a little about the different kinds, so hopefully you can find out which doll is the best. All the dolls are super soft, and handmade.
Rubens Barn dealer
How to wash Rubens Barn?
All Rubens Barn dolls are washable. It is extremely practical to be able to wash children's toys, as they can quickly become dirty or cuddly. Rubens Barn dolls can be hand washed, or machine washed on the hand wash/rinse cycle.
Rubens Barn doll clothes and accessories
There are many beautiful doll clothes and accessories for Rubens Barn dolls.
Other popular toys
If you need a good toy for your child, grandchild or something else, here are a few ideas for a Christmas or birthday present.
What is Rubens Child?
The dolls are designed by Swedish artist Ewa Jarenskrog. She named them Ruben, after her own father.
The cute dolls were first produced in 1995. They are all Swedish made and handmade. That's why the dolls cost a bit more than many other dolls. They are handmade, which gives them each their own expression. The Swedish dolls embrace several cultures and genders, and therefore the dolls are available with several nationalities and skin colours. They also have a gender and what goes with it. The dolls provide ample opportunity for child-adult conversations about boys, girls, nationalities and more. This type of toy promotes empathy in young children, thus supporting their development.
Good for children with special needs and dementia
Because the dolls are of a certain size and weight (they have a weight built into them so they are heavy), children with special needs and dementia find a special peace when sitting with these dolls. They are lifelike and have a sweet and gentle expression. The handmade dolls all have their own personality and name.
Choose from many different
If you're interested in special dolls, there's plenty of opportunity to find the one that's right for you. There are many varieties to choose from. The dolls are also available in several sizes. The two largest are Rubens Baby and Kids, which you can see described at the top of the article. The names of the dolls include Anna, Clara, Emil, Emma, Eric, Maria and Molly. It's not often you can find the dolls on sale, but you might get lucky on either Black Friday or after Christmas.
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